Free war Kindle books for 28 Apr 15

The Survivors, Book II: After The Attack

by Randy Hill

Two years after their Redoubt was almost destroyed by Raiders, the Survivors are confronted by a new and more powerful enemy.

This new enemy threatens to overwhelm every Survivor enclave in the region, and Redoubt Ginger is their first target.

As this ruthless enemy closes in, the Survivors receive assistance from an unexpected and sometimes unwelcome source: Green Berets.

Book II continues the adventures of The Survivors, the Advisor and his militia as they battle to save their Redoubt.



ANTS in the WIND

by CARMELO LARROSA DIAZ

Ants in the Wind is a classical novel: the kind of literature we are used to read in all times. A narration on love and adventure in the Spanish Civil War, written with some actual historical rigor. A novel which will introduce us into a time of violence, passion, and strict rules; where some people involved in the war situation, move still with pure ideals, on the seek of a better world that is far from their might. But the majority of the conbatants for simple forced obligation,



The Living Hunger

by Dennis Larsen

A hardened war veteran collides with a venomous leader and rogue assassin, turning the Western United States into the next great battleground.

Sergeant Farrell Jenson survives a world lost to nuclear and biological warfare only to find his home destroyed and family missing. He joins forces with Gary Merrill, a local business leader, and Major Melanie Ghostkeeper, a Marine Medic, to begin the process of rebuilding. A small group of survivors unite under a banner of freedom and hunker down in Bear River High School. Friendships and love are forged in the hot fires of adversity as they fight for their very lives, amidst a world turned upside down, where death is the new way of life.

A festering evil is combing the land, led by one man, Don Bullock. The rotund, venomous leader spearheads a community with a taboo, underlying secret that will pit good against evil in a dramatic show of force and violence between the two groups. Solomon, a rogue African assassin, launches a one-man assault on the Bear Riverites, seeking blood and retribution to satiate his bloodlust and quench his need for flesh.

Each side gambles all to control a newfound drug with the potential to save mankind. This new ‘currency’ trumps all, where money is worthless and food and women are king. As the struggle escalates and new battle-lines are drawn a host of unwitting participants are pulled into the fray, fighting for all they hold dear.

Book One of The Living Hunger Series begs the question: ‘Which side will render your support and where will your allegiances lie?’

Editorial Reviews:
“. . . you have written a DAMNED good book. I gave it a 10/10 and I am floored at how awesome this was.” — Indie Author Book Review

“I enjoyed the story very much. It was well formulated and well written. (The author) has a way with dialogue, and I enjoyed the interaction between the characters.” — C. Smelker

“An action-packed novel with heroes you’ll love and a villain that you’ll love to hate!” — D. Reay

“. . . fast-paced story with lots of action. The plot moves along nicely and the characters are interesting and compelling. The dialog seemed really natural, that’s definitely a strength . . .” — H. McMullin

General Information:
Book Length – Approximately 130,000 words.
Available in a Perfect Bound Softcover (8″x5″) from Amazon – 388 pages.
Author imposed rating of PG-13 due to the violent nature of the story, however, the novel is suitable for teens.
Watch for Book Two in the Series early in 2015

The author is pleased to announce the release of his new episodic work, The Raven Falconer Chronicles: Operation Z-Day.  Episode one will catch your attention with a uniquely Canadian storyline. 
Visit the author’s blog for additional information: TheLivingHunger.blogspot.ca



Half Way Home

by Keegan Hennis

Sometimes, when people face an event in their life with enough horror, it changes them. They become more than who they were, more than the eventual outcome of the choices and experiences in their lives. They become a survivor.

But sometimes, surviving a very long string of traumatic events doesn’t necessarily leave only the physical scars. Most things a soldier will endure will leave scars that can’t be seen by the eyes of their friends and even family. And these scars will take far longer to heal than broken bones and sliced skin.

Sometimes, a soldier never comes home completely, leaving a part of themselves back in the combat zone, taking the horrors of war back with them in its place.



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