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Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Fourth Batch of Wednesday's Free Books 2-13-2013

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Minder by Jennifer Kabay

Rating: 4.9 Stars with 43 votes

Category:  Children's, Fantasy, Literary, Young Adult 

Price: FREE (Save $7.95) *Price subject to change at any time*

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Oh, Parents. If you knew what was inside that security blanket, you'd never throw it away. Childhood is governed from a sacred place within the trees, lit by fireflies, and overseen by ancient souls devoted to the sanctity of youth. Some kids are lucky enough to visit this place, but mortal danger arises for Sophia, who arrives uninvited. Readers are carried through a whimsical, often nail-biting adventure as brother and sister confront every parent's worst nightmare. Dragons and fairies are alive and well in this old-world tale, where scary things happen to children who ignore their Minders.
P.S. Childhood ends at 30. And this book proves it.
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Touched (The Marnie Baranuik Files) by A.J. Aalto

Rating: 5 Stars with 13 votes

Category:  Romance, Paranormal, Suspense 

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The media has a nickname for Marnie Baranuik, though she’d rather they didn’t; they call her the Great White Shark, a rare dual-talented forensic psychic. Twice-Touched by the Blue Sense--which gives her the ability to feel the emotions of others, and read impressions left behind on objects--Marnie also has a doctorate in preternatural biology and a working knowledge of the dark arts. She is considered without peer in the psychic community.

Then her first big FBI case ended with a bullet in one shoulder and a chip on the other, a queasy heart and a serial killer in the wind, leaving her a public flop and a private wreck. When the FBI’s preternatural crimes unit tracks her down at a remote mountain lodge for her insight on a local case, her quiet retirement is promptly besieged by a stab-happy starlet, a rampaging ghoul, and a vampire-hunting jackass in tight Wranglers. Marnie figures the only real mystery is which one will kill her first.

Too mean to die young, backed up by friends in cold places, and running with a mouth as demure as a cannon’s blast, Marnie Baranuik is about to discover that there’s no such thing as quitting time when you’re Touched.
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Raindrop's World by Carl Pettit

Rating: 5 Stars with 11 votes

Category: Children's

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Raindrop's World is a collection of illustrated vignettes that come together as a whole story. The individual stories, which include The Imaginary Armadillo, Raindrop and the Kapok Tree, The Beetle and the Tree Frog, and The Explorer's New Home, tell the tale of two leafcutter ants and one very determined little beetle venturing out into the Amazonian Rainforest. They're searching for an extremely old, and wise tree frog. Raindrop, the tenacious ant in charge of the expedition, urges her friends on. She has a long list of questions that she wants to ask this tree-dwelling amphibian, but with the onset of night, she might be disappointed. It's up to Little Clay, the lone beetle among the ants, to carry on and find this enigmatic frog. When at last he does, the advice he gets isn't what he'd expected at all.
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The Stone Theory: Tales of an Accidental Demon Hunter by E.M. Marz

Rating: 4.7 Stars with 6 votes

Category:  Action and Adventure, Young Adult 

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For some, the high school years are rough.
For Lucy Stone, they are hell.

A thrilling adventure that will appeal to fans of Harry Potter and Percy Jackson, THE STONE THEORY: TALES OF AN ACCIDENTAL DEMON HUNTER introduces us to the lonely daughter of the last American demon hunter who must battle the high school social class system by day and the sinister forces that kidnapped her brother by night in a story that takes place over twenty-four hours split between a sleepy, suburban town in upstate New York and an alternate dimension.

While other girls mastered make-up and majored in boys, Lucy studied the prophecy about the American boy destined to end the reign of the Dark Ones and rid the permeated Council of traitors. Believing her brother was the one, the Dark Ones took him before he could prove them right. Now he's gone and there's no prophecy about the chosen one's little sister picking up the slack.

Aided by her asthmatic cousin, the Queen Bee who has never passed on an opportunity to humiliate the genetically less fortunate, and a mysterious Australian demon hunter, Lucy sets out on an action-packed race to the envy hell dimension of Erebos where they must navigate through ice filled caverns, the Sea of Souls, and the Imperator's island kingdom to find her brother and bring him home.

Before the day is over, two broken, bloodied bodies will lie at her feet. One is the father she adores. The other is the brother she never knew. In her hands, Lucy holds the serum that could heal them. There is only enough for one.

Find out what happens when the prophecy is wrong...
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