Free religious fiction Kindle books for 28 Sep 18

Cadence The Mail Order Bride: A Collection of Mail Order Bride & Amish Romance Short Stories

by Terri Downes

This is an anthology of both mail order bride and Amish romances…The Wild West is too wild for Cadence. She leaves home to get away from her abusive father and winds up in a brothel where she escapes again. She becomes a mail order bride and soon finds herself traveling on a stagecoach with a husband she barely knows. His name is Austin and he didn’t expect Cadence to be so lovely. But Cadence finds out that Austin has secrets of his own and the two must come to grips with their checkered pasts. Can God heal what he has brought together in the untamed west?

The Shell Collector (The Max Rogan Novels Book 1)

by John Cosper

Collections may seem like an odd occupation for a special forces veteran, but there’s nothing normal about Max Rogan’s job. While most collection agents are after cars and tech toys, Max’s quarry is a little higher end: human shells, created and cloned in a genetics lab for the purposes of organ transplants.

Max never gave a second’s thought to the ethical questions surrounding his employer’s activities. But when Max finds himself under suspicion after a shell he retrieves leads a daring escape, his only choice is to go undercover and bring the anti-cloning operation down.

Max’s journey brings him face to face with the shells who want nothing more than the chance to live as humans, and Max soon finds himself wondering if they really are a collection of organs and tissues – or real, flesh and blood humans?

A fast paced page turner filled with twists and turns, The Shell Collector balances science fiction action with questions about human cloning, genetic engineering, and the brave new world looming on our horizon!

A Tale of Two Cities

by Charles Dickens

A Tale of Two Cities (1859) is the second historical novel by Charles Dickens, set in London and Paris before and during the French Revolution. It depicts the plight of the French proletariat under the brutal oppression of the French aristocracy in the years leading up to the revolution, and the corresponding savage brutality demonstrated by the revolutionaries toward the former aristocrats in the early years of the revolution. It follows the lives of several protagonists through these events, most notably Charles Darnay, a French once-aristocrat who falls victim to the indiscriminate wrath of the revolution despite his virtuous nature, and Sydney Carton, a dissipated English barrister who endeavours to redeem his ill-spent life out of love for Darnay’s wife, Lucie Manette.

A Journey into the Center of the Earth

by Jules Verne

Journey to the Center of the Earth is a classic 1864 science fiction novel by Jules Verne (published in the original French as Voyage au centre de la Terre). The story involves a professor who leads his nephew and hired guide down a volcano in Iceland to the “center of the Earth”. They encounter many adventures, including prehistoric animals and natural hazards, eventually coming to the surface again in southern Italy.

Lamentations of The Prodigal Son: UnControlled Pen Poetry

by Darrick Williams

Inspired by: The Return of the prodigal son: Inspirational, and spiritual based.
The Lamentations of the prodigal son takes the reader with the prodigal son as he journey into far countries. Written in poetry and prose, the prodigal son speak to all the people at the feast about all the things he’d seen, and learned on his journey.

After all the people had eating their portions, the prodigal son came unto them saying:
“In my great transgressions, have I gained much wisdom. For many wise men, and wise women did I fall upon that spoke unto me many parables and sayings. And upon this hour, has come unto me a great compelling spirit advising that I should give account of these many parables, and great sayings here unto the people. For these saying shall be a guide for your today, and a forewarning to your tomorrow.”

The parables speaks on spirituality, Christianity, God, greed and life. The parables also talks about being patient, envy, repentance, and relationships. The prodigal son speaks as well on faith, death, sin and being ambitious.

Mocha Sunrise (Chocolate Series Book 3)

by Julie Carobini

Book 3 in the bestselling Chocolate Series of rollicking inspirational romances
Big-hearted Livi has a secret problem at home – and it’ll take more than a swig of a mocha latte to fix this one. When forced to take shelter in a seedy motel for the night, she’s finally had enough. Or has she?

When attempts to solve her troubles begin to falter, Livi becomes as evasive as ever – especially with her two best friends, Bri and Gaby. Things begin to look up for Livi when she is pursued by both a charmer of a radio guy and an old friend with grand plans for her future.

Will Livi finally break free from the drama that has plagued her since she was a teen? Or have Livi’s problems only begun?

The Chocolate Series of rollicking inspirational romances: Chocolate Beach, Truffles by the Sea, Mocha Sunrise 

JULIE CAROBINI writes beach reads from her home on the California coast.

Running to Her Future (Rescued…a Series of Hope Book 5)

by Elaine Littau

Just as things began to work out in Doris Grant’s life, ghosts from the past hunt her down. She must leave everything she knew and go into the unknown. The 1890s offered few opportunities for women who had to find their way alone in the world.
The country was experiencing great droughts and the worst economic depression to date. Even in this dire circumstance, many found hope with the chance to obtain free land in the Oklahoma Territory. Doris is intrigued with the challenge of claiming land on the Cherokee Strip Land Run of 1893. Perhaps this is an opportunity to begin anew.

Wives and Daughters

by Elizabeth Gaskell

Wives and Daughters is a novel by Elizabeth Gaskell, first published in the Cornhill Magazine as a serial from August 1864 to January 1866. When Mrs Gaskell died suddenly in 1865, it was not quite complete, and the last section was written by Frederick Greenwood.
The story revolves around Molly Gibson, only daughter of a widowed doctor living in a provincial English town in the 1830s.

The Grey Fairy Book

by Andrew Lang

The tales in the Grey Fairy Book are derived from many countriesâ??Lithuania, various parts of Africa, Germany, France, Greece, and other regions of the world.

Ticket No. 9672

by Jules Verne

Here is one of those “forgotten” works. Ticket No. “9672” is a fascinating tale of two women who live in a Norway Inn. Dame Hansen is a foolish creature whose mistakes must be dealt with by her daughter Hulda. Coming to their aid is their brother Joel and the remarkable Sylvius Hogg, who helps them all after the young Hansens rescue him from the edge of the Rjukanfos Waterfall.

The Violet Fairy Book

by Andrew Lang

This is a new collection of Fairy stories in continuation of the series which “The Blue Fairy Book” was the initial volume.

Eight Hundred Leagues On The Amazon

by Jules Verne

Joam Garral grants his daughter’s wish to travel to Belém where she wants to marry Manuel Valdez in the presence of Manuel’s invalid mother. The Garrals travel down the Amazon River using a giant timber raft. At Belém, Joam plans to restore his good name, as he is still wanted in Brazil for a crime he did not perpetrate. A scoundrel named Torres offers Joam absolute proof of Joam’s innocence but the price that Torres wants for this information is to marry Joam’s daughter, which is inconceivable to Joam. The proof lies in an encrypted letter that will exonerate Garral. When Torres is killed, the Garral family must race to decode the letter before Joam is executed.

The Trumpet-Major

by Thomas Hardy

Hardy distrusted the application of nineteenth-century empiricism to history because he felt it marginalized important human elements. In The Trumpet Major, the tale of a woman courted by three competing suitors during the Napoleonic wars, he explores the subversive effects of ordinary human desire and conflicting loyalties on systematized versions of history.

Facing the Flag

by Jules Verne

Facing the Flag or For the Flag is a patriotic novel by Jules Verne. Like The Begum’s Millions which Verne published in 1879 , it has the theme of France and the entire world threatened by a super-weapon (what would now be called a weapon of mass destruction) with the threat finally overcome through the force of French patriotism. It can be considered one of the first books dealing with problems which was to become paramount half a century after its publication: brilliant scientists discovering new weapons of great destructive power, whose full utilisation might literally destroy the world; the competition between various powers to obtain control of such weapons; and also the efforts of ruthless non-state groups to have it

Robur the Conqueror

by Jules Verne

The story begins with strange lights and sounds, including blaring trumpet music, reported in the skies all over the world. The events are capped by the mysterious appearance of black flags with gold suns atop tall historic landmarks such as the Statue of Liberty in New York, the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, and the Eiffel Tower in Paris. These events are all the work of the mysterious Robur (Latin for “oak” and figuratively taken to mean “strength”), a brilliant inventor who intrudes on a meeting of a flight-enthusiast’s club called the Weldon Institute in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

The Elements of Style, Fourth Edition

by William Strunk Jr.

The Elements of Style is an American English writing style guide. It is one of the most influential and best-known prescriptive treatments of English grammar and usage in the United States. It originally detailed eight elementary rules of usage, ten elementary principles of composition, and “a few matters of form” as well as a list of commonly misused words and expressions. Updated editions of the paperback book are often required reading for American high school and college composition classes.

Godfrey Morgan

by Jules Verne

The story of a young adventurer, Godfrey Morgan, and his deportment instructor, Professor T. Artelett, who embark on a round-the-world ocean voyage. Their ship is wrecked and they are cast away on a remote island, where they rescue and befriend an African slave, Carefinotu.
The novel is a robinsonadeâ??a play on Daniel Defoe’s 1791 novel Robinson Crusoe.

The Railway Children

by Edith Nesbit

The story concerns a family who move to a house near the railway after the father is imprisoned as a result of being falsely accused of selling state secrets to the Russians. The three children, Roberta, Peter and Phyllis, find amusement in watching the trains on the nearby railway line and waving to the passengers.

Bartleby, the Scrivener

by Herman Melville

The narrator, an elderly lawyer who has a very comfortable business helping wealthy men deal with mortgages, title deeds, and bonds, relates the story of the strangest man he has ever known.
The narrator already employs two scriveners, Nippers and Turkey. Nippers suffers from chronic indigestion, and Turkey is a drunk, but the office survives because in the mornings Turkey is sober even though Nippers is irritable, and in the afternoon Nippers has calmed down even though Turkey is drunk.

The Crimson Fairy Book

by Andrew Lang


Lovely Ilonka
Lucky Luck
The Hairy Man
To Your Good Health!
The Story of the Seven Simons
The Language of Beasts
The Boy Who Could Keep A Secret
The Prince And The Dragon
Little Wildrose
Tiidu The Piper
The Gifts Of The Magician
The Strong Prince
The Treasure Seeker
The Cottager And His Cat
The Prince Who Would Seek Immortality
The Stone-Cutter
The Gold-Bearded Man
Tritill, Litill, And The Birds
The Three Robes
The Six Hungry Beasts
How the Beggar Boy Turned into Count Piro
The Rogue And The Herdsman
The Death Of Abu Nowas And Of His Wife
Niels And The Giants
Shepherd Paul
How The Wicked Tanuki Was Punished
The Crab And The Monkey
The Horse Gullfaxi And The Sword Gunnfoder
The Story Of The Sham Prince, Or The Ambitious Tailor
The Colony Of Cats
How To Find Out A True Friend
Clever Maria
The Magic Kettle

Essays in the Art of Writing (Annotated)

by Robert Louis Stevenson

A collection of essays about writing: “On some technical elements of style in literature”, “The morality of the profession of letters”, “Books which have influenced me”, “A note on realism”, “My first book: ‘Treasure Island'”, “The genesis of ‘the master of Ballantrae'” & “Preface to ‘the master of Ballantrae'”.

The Mystery of the Semi-Detached

by Edith Nesbit

” He was waiting for her, he had been waiting an hour and a half in a dusty suburban lane, with a row of big elms on one side and some eligible building sites on the other-and far away to the south-west the twinkling yellow lights of the Crystal Palace. It was not quite like a country lane, for it had a pavement and lamp-posts, but it was not a bad place for a meeting all the same: and farther up, towards the cemetery, it was really quite rural, and almost pretty, especially in twilight But twilight had long deepened into the night, and still he waited. He loved her, and he was engaged to be married to her, with the complete disapproval of every reasonable person who had been consulted. And this half-clandestine meeting was tonight to take the place of the grudgingly sanctioned weekly interview-because a certain rich uncle was visiting at her house, and her mother was not the woman to acknowledge to a moneyed uncle, who might “go off” any day, a match so deeply ineligible as hers with him. “

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