Free fantasy Kindle books for 10 Jun 18

Ghost’s Who Don’t Play Nice

by Sherri Granato

Millions of people claim that they have had at least one encounter with the paranormal at some point in their life involving ghosts, entities, spirits, demons, or poltergeists. A&E is currently searching for families with huge personalities that are willing to share their ghostly experiences with the public to demonstrate true hauntings in a paranormal television series.

Outcast: Keepers of the Stone Book One (An Historical Epic Fantasy Adventure)

by Andrew Anzur Clement

A trained killer. A demonic Order. A jewel that could change the course of history.

An orphan raised by a fanatical Sect of thieves, Malka has already sacrificed the lives of her people to protect the object she carries. Having become its unwitting guardian, she is forced to flee British India for the American West. Her immediate goal? Keep the Urumi’s demonic Order off her trail and avoid being taken into the ranks of its enslaved members. But – even with her superhuman speed and the aid of a mysterious shapeshifter – doing so will prove tougher than she could’ve possibly imagined.

Stas is about to go on a journey of his own. The courageous son of a refugee learns he is being sent home to a continent he has never visited. But, even as he begins to grapple with his new environment, the Order of the Urumi sets it’s own plans in motion for Stas and his closest friend, Nell. They are about to embark on their most dangerous adventure yetâ?¦.

Trapped in unfamiliar parts the globe and thrust into a fantasy world they do not understand, Stas, Nell and Malka must struggle to find allies. Battle the Urumi. And uncover their path to the stone’s cataclysmic final purpose.

Whether they know it or not, their most epic quest has just begun….

The Keepers of the Stone fantasy trilogy is a soul-searching, action-packed adventure that will keep you guessing from its middle-of-the-action opening, right up until the end. If you enjoy epic fantasy adventures, don’t miss this trilogy of expansive proportions that tests the limits of our potential.

Buy your copy today, or try a free sample.

Praise for Keepers of the Stone :

Keepers of the Stone is a first effort for author Clement and lucky for us there are more to comeâ?¦ this well-written, fast paced, intriguingâ?¦ story wove fantasy with real history. In addition, the Polish history here was new to me, which gave the story real depth. Starting the story in the middle of action is always a winner in my book, and the characters of Malka and Liza were deftly handled. The book is a keeper! I’d like to see it sitting on my bookshelf—quite frankly. Kudos Sir Clement!”
– Catherine Lanigan, New York Times bestselling author.

Tags for Keepers of the Stone Book One: Outcast

-Young adult historical epic fantasy quest
-Action & Adventure
-Shapeshifters & Demons
-British Empire
-South Asia
-Wild West
-Switzerland & Europe
-19th century

The Immortal: Episode 5 – Lost

by Caitlin Winter

“Nevaeh, I love us.”

The words fell out of my heart without thinking.

I felt Nevaeh shiver in my arms at those words. New tears fell from her eyes and joined the shower droplets. She faltered for a moment and I thought she was going to fall to the tiles.

She held me for balance. Touched my lips with her finger.
“Ashling, that is the most beautiful thing that anyone has ever said to me. Oh my dark, vampire queen, I love us too.”

Ashling and Nevaeh are made sharply aware of the fallen angels insanity. After the episode in the sacred grove, they realize that Barlial is a few fries short of a happy meal. Dangerous. Lethal. Powerful. Without restraint.

The vampire lovers are not yet aware of just where Barlial’s insanity is leading them. Unaware that Barlial is obsessed with Ashling and will stop at nothing to possess her.

Nevaeh is expendable.

The angel kiss is deadly.

Rule Zero (Harry Bacon Book 1)

by Laurence Timms


Harry Bacon, former head of psychic investigations for the Ministry of Defence, veteran of countless paranormal encounters, is about to do the unthinkable: retire. Then an unexpected message leads him into what could become his greatest – and strangest – case yet, a case whose foundations are inextricably linked to his own past.

Rule Zero is a darkly comic fantasy thriller packed with psychic spies, prescient journalists, contact clairvoyants, repressed supermen, a lethal cocktail waitress and a roving troupe of ape-like security guards.

— About the author —
Laurence Timms is a 44-year old British writer who was born in Oxford and lives near Cambridge and, as such, never quite knows who to cheer for during the University Boat Race.

He has developed television and movie storylines for a major multinational toy company, won prizes for his short film scripts (money! small gold statues! alcohol!) and his first feature-length film script is currently in post-production. Rule Zero is his first novel. It won’t be his last.

Laurence also plays the didgeridoo, and often gets it out at parties.

Looking Backward & Looking Further Backward: The Twin Possibilities for America: Utopian & A Dystopian Future in One Edition

by Edward Bellamy

This carefully crafted ebook: “Looking Backward & Looking Further Backward” is formatted for your eReader with a functional and detailed table of contents.
Looking Backward – Julian West, a young American, towards the end of the 19th century falls into a deep, hypnosis-induced sleep and wakes up 113 years later. He finds himself in the same location (Boston, Massachusetts), but in a totally changed world: It is the year 2000, and while he was sleeping, the United States has been transformed into a socialist utopia. The young man readily finds a guide, Doctor Leete, who shows him around and explains all the advances of this new age, including drastically reduced working hours for people performing menial jobs and almost instantaneous, Internet-like delivery of goods. The two start working on improving the future with the experiences from the past and the presence.
Looking Further Backward – Set in future of 2023 the book narrates the story of how China invades USA in 2020 after China has adopted rampant capitalism as opposed to rest of the world who are in throes of Nationalism, a socialism like set up. Written in a form of a diary, the novel directly hits out at Edward Bellamy’s 1888 Utopian novel Looking Backward. The political drama that unfolds in this novel will make you deeply wonder how the author could foresee so much!

THE SQUIRE OF LOW DEGREE – Book 4 from the Stories of the Faerie Queene: Stories of the Faerie Queene – Book 4

by Edmund Spenser

FREE EBOOK – “The Squire of Low Degree”, also known as The Sqyr of Lowe Degree, is an anonymous late Middle English or early Modern English verse romance. Originally published as a poem as the fourth part of “Stories from the Faerie Queene” by Edmund Spencer, here Mary Macleod represents the poems in the form of a novel.

There is little doubt that it was intended to be enjoyed by the masses rather than the wealthy or aristocratic sections of society, and, perhaps in consequence of this, it was one of the better-known of the English romances during the Elizabethan and Jacobean eras. It was reprinted on demand in the 19th century.

    It was a squyer of lowe degré
    That loved the kings doughter of Hungré.[Hungary]

After seven years of undeclared love the squire opens his heart to the princess. She replies that she loves him, but that as a mere squire he will have to prove himself by fighting his way to Jerusalem and laying his sword on the Holy Sepulchre. Only this, she believes, will be enough to convince her father that they should marry. Their conversation is overheard by the king’s steward, who steals off to the king to report it, and adds the malicious lie that the squire has made an attempt on the princess’s virtue. The king has a good opinion of the squire and is reluctant to believe this, but tells the steward to watch the princess’s room closely to see whether the squire will visit her. The squire now goes to the king to ask his leave to go abroad adventuring. On being given this permission the squire sets out, but turns aside from his way to visit the princess’s chamber and make his farewells. There, finding the steward and a numerous body of men-at-arms lying in wait for him, he asks the princess to let him in.

Well, what happened next? It may not quite be what you think. To find the answer to your questions and what happened to the Princess and the Squire love for each other, we invite you to download this story and enjoy the 4th book in the series.

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