Free horror Kindle books for 23 Aug 17

Drácula (Dream Classics) (Spanish Edition)

by Bram Stoker

Drácula es una novela publicada en 1897 por el irlandés Bram Stoker, quien ha convertido a su antagonista en el vampiro más famoso. Se dice que el escritor se basó en las conversaciones que mantuvo con un eruditohúngaro llamado Arminius Vámbéry, quien le habló de Vlad DrÄ?culea. La novela, escrita de manera epistolar, presenta otros temas, como el papel de la mujer en la época victoriana, la sexualidad, la inmigración, el colonialismo o el folclore. Como curiosidad, cabe destacar que Bram Stoker no inventó la leyenda vampírica, pero la influencia de la novela ha logrado llegar al cine, el teatro y la televisión.

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Frankenstein (Dream Classics)

by Mary Shelley

Frankenstein or, The Modern Prometheus (or simply, Frankenstein for short), is a novel written by English author Mary Shelley that tells the story of Victor Frankenstein, a young scientist who creates a grotesque but sapient creature in an unorthodox scientific experiment.

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The Nightcomer: A Morbid Tale #3 (The Morbid Tales)

by Zachery Miller

Trish and Henry mistakenly turn onto a dead-end street. The wrong street, at the wrong time of twilight, and find themselves in the grip of the Nightcomer. But in this cul-de-sac of horrors these two people, so busily caught up in their lives, will find that there can be only one kind of ending on a dead-end street.

Antioch (The Circle Book 1)

by William Harlan

“Armageddon is arrived.” Threatened by an unnatural plague that raises the dead, an ancient order of mystics must choose between keeping its secrets and saving humanity.
Kind of like Star Wars with zombies.

“…this is a cool story with nice gritty details. I think a lot of people would really enjoy the read.” – Judge, Writer’s Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards

“It would be unfair to underestimate this story of zombies and errant knights…There’s something for everybody here.” – Judge, Writer’s Digest 21st Annual Self-Published Book Awards

Editor’s Review: Antioch is a great fantasy adventure novel with plenty of sword fighting and monsters (zombies), but the heart of the book is its characters, complex story and clean, imaginative prose.

From the pious yet conflicted paladin Michael to the loudmouthed but lovable sailor Ditch, the characters in Antioch are multifaceted and unique. There are no stereotypes within these pages, yet through the use of humor and seamless dialog, the characters are relatable and believable. This is a rarity in books even by many seasoned authors.

The story begins with slaughter and mystery, then turns to small-town life under the shadow of fear as the citizens of Antioch prepare for Armageddon. Still, questions about the origin and nature of the plague remain and the eventual discovery of the answers is as exciting as the final showdown with death. My only complaint is that the story is left unfinished, and like everyone else who reads Antioch, I have to wait for the rest of the series to discover the final fate of my favorite characters and the answers to all my questions.

The writing in Antioch is clear and precise. I can testify that the author agonized over every word, and it shows in the careful phrasing and brilliant imagery of the story. This, in my opinion, is the mark of a not just a great book, but a great writer.

Highly recommended for any fantasy fan.

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