Free politics and current events Kindle books for 14 Jul 18

My Two Wolves: Menage Werewolf Biker Romance

by Van Cole

The Best Way To Get Over A Man Is To Get Two Men

When Sarah-Jane leaves a broken heart and heads to a remote village, it gets off to a rocky start.

Trapped in the snow, things look bleak for the young attorney.

So bad, she even calls her unfaithful ex-boyfriend for help!

â?¦But after she meets Leo and Jackson, that will never happen again!

The three spark up a friendship – a relationship which runs three ways and swings two.

With secrets burning, they share a love so hot it threatens to start fires.

But they have a rather more frosty relationship with the law.

What is it about this pair of bikers that has people so scared?

Gradually, Sarah-Jane learns the truth. There is more to Leo and Jackson than meets the eye.

Like that when provoked they don’t always stay legal. Or human!

How will she react when she learns their secret and can they protect themselves from the threats they face?

The Triumph of Tradition: How the Resurgence of Religion is Reawakening a Conservative World (nationalism, populism, tradition, conservatism, nationalism and culture, Donald Trump, Christianity, )

by Dr. Steve Turley

A New Conservative Age is Rising!

For decades, Western intellectuals believed that the dominance of secular liberalism was inevitable. With the supposed triumph of modernism and its chief export globalism, such a future appeared irreversible. And yet, to the surprise of scholar and statesman alike, traditional religions are making a comeback all over the world, challenging secularization’s monopoly over the public square.

In this thought provoking book, you will discover why the resurgence of religion means that a new conservative age is rising all over the globe.


  • How the rise of liberalism has awakened a mass conservative backlash
  • How nations are rejecting the anti-cultural dynamics of globalism
  • How nationalism, populism, and traditionalism are redefining a new political order
  • How the fertility advantage among conservative religionists will win the culture wars
  • How the return of classical education is already anticipating this conservative victory
  • And much, much, more!

If you’re a conservative, there’s no longer any reason to be pessimistic. With this book, you will discover the worldwide clash between globalism and nationalism, how nationalism is fueling a resurgence of traditional religion, and what such a resurgence means for the end of globalism and the triumphant return to a conservative vision of life.

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The Jungle (Best Navigation, Free AudioBook) (A to Z Classics)

by Upton Sinclair

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The Jungle is a 1906 novel written by author and socialist journalist Upton Sinclair. It was written about the corruption of the American meatpacking industry during the early 20th century. The novel depicts in harsh tones the poverty, absence of social programs, unpleasant living and working conditions, and hopelessness prevalent among the “have-nots”, which is contrasted with the deeply rooted corruption on the part of the “haves”. The sad state of turn-of-the-century labor is placed front and center for the American public to see, suggesting that something needed to be changed to get rid of American “wage slavery”. The novel is also an important example of the “muckraking” tradition begun by journalists such as Jacob Riis. Sinclair wanted to persuade his readers that the mainstream American political parties offered little means for progressive change.
Upton Sinclair came to Chicago with the intent of writing The Jungle; he had been given a stipend by the socialist newspaper The Appeal to Reason. Upon his arrival in the lobby of the Chicago Transit House, a hotel near the stockyards, he was quoted as saying, “Hello! I’m Upton Sinclair, and I’m here to write the Uncle Tom’s Cabin of the Labor Movement!” (Arthur, 43). He rented living quarters and immediately immersed himself in the city by walking its streets, talking to its people, and taking pictures. One Sunday afternoon, he worked his way into a group of Asian immigrants getting together for a wedding party – “Behold, there was the opening scene of my story, a gift from the gods”. He was welcomed to the festivities and stayed until two o’clock in the morning.
The novel was first published in serial form in 1906 by The Appeal to Reason. “After five rejections”, its first edition as a novel was published by Doubleday, Page & Company on February 28, 1906, and it became an immediate bestseller. It has been in print ever since.
Source: Wikipedia

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