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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Fifth Batch of Tuesday's Free Books 3-12-2013

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Little Terrors (a collection of horror and ghost stories) by David Jester

Rating: 5 Stars with 1 votes

Category: Horror, Humor

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A chilling, twisted and comical collection of horror and ghost stories.

From the psychotic and sociopathic monologues of Polystyrene Man and Last Words; the eerie tales of The Sleepover and When the Reaper Smiles; to the bitter sentiments of Wipeout and the redemptive misery of Ante Up, Little Terrors offers an eclectic mix of the horror genre.
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The Book of Jotham by Arthur Powers

Rating: 4.9 Stars with 14 votes

Category: Historical, Literary, Religious

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2012 Tuscany Prize for Catholic Fiction—Novella Winner

The Book of Jotham by Arthur Powers

For 23 years the completed manuscript of The Book of Jotham sat in the author’s desk drawer—typewritten—collecting dust and time. On an early autumn day in 2012, the manuscript arrived at Tuscany Press, and we discovered this compelling and moving story.

Jotham is a mentally challenged man-child who, like the other apostles, follows Jesus as Christ carries out his ministry and experiences death by crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension. Yet the other apostles—the dedicated Mary, Peter, Thomas, and the rest—while they care for Jotham and look out for him, don’t understand why Jesus loves him so. Thomas even says, after Jesus offers a parable, “I don’t see why all the pots can’t be strong and beautiful.”

Jotham may be different, but through him, we come to see Jesus and Jotham not just with our eyes, but also with our hearts.
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The End of Summer (Book #1 Richard Series) by Alex M Smith

Rating: 4.2 Stars with 21 votes

Category: Romance

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The first book in the (Richard series) introduces us to Rebecca, a beautiful and sexy woman, a wife and a mother of a teen-aged daughter with a troubled marriage. During a summer visit to New York City to spend a few days with her daughter. Rebecca met Richard, a handsome college student and a friend of her daughter. Immediately, Richard and Rebecca fell in love and begin a lustful secret affair. A strike of fate asserted their forbidden relationship. As their love grew so did a late summer storm and it threatened to snuff out the flame of their love.
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God Can Use My Differences by Dana Rongione

Rating: 5 Stars with 2 votes

Category: Children's

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Vicki shivered and walked through the doors of the hospital. She didn't want to be there, but the doctors said they could fix her face. And oh, how she wanted them to fix it! Since birth, Vicki suffered from a condition called a cleft palate. This happens when parts of the face don't form correctly. Because of this, Vicki looked different than most children. A few children pointed and laughed when they saw Vicki, but most screamed or cried. Vicki knew why. She thought she looked like a monster and felt sorry for herself because she didn't have any friends -- that is, until she met Mandy, a little girl born with a disability of her own.
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