Free fantasy Kindle books for 19 Nov 18

The One Apart: A Novel

by Justine Avery

“This is the book you should be reading.” â??San Francisco Book Review

Only one obstacle stands in his way of enjoying a normal life.
He remembersâ??every life he’s lived before.

Tres is about to be born… with the biggest burden any has ever had to bear. He is beginning againâ??as an ageless adult trapped in an infant body.

He and his teenage mother face life filled with extraordinary challenges as they strive to protect, nurture, and hide how truly different he is. But Tres alone must solve the greatest mystery of all: who is he? The answer is linked to the one question he’s too afraid to ask: why am I?

In his quest, Tres discovers that all is considerably more interconnected and dynamic than he could ever imagineâ??and fraught with far more danger. He cannot hide from the unseen threat stalking him since his birth.

Life as he knows itâ??as all know itâ??is in peril. And Tres is the only one aware.


â?¦ Winner of the OZMA International Award for Fantasy Fiction â?¦ Winner of the Somerset International Award for Contemporary & Literary Fiction â?¦ Winner of the National Indie Excellence Award for Visionary Fiction â?¦ Winner of the Living Now Award for Inspirational Fiction â?¦ Honorable Mention for the Eric Hoffer Award for Spiritual Fiction â?¦ Finalist for the Maxy Award for Sci-Fi & Fantasy â?¦ Finalist for the First Horizon Award â?¦ Winner of the The Wishing Shelf Independent Book Award for Adult Fiction â?¦ Winner of the New Apple Summer E-Book Award for Cross-Genre Fiction â?¦


“An outstanding, well-detailed story that is hard to put down, evocative, thought-provoking, and filled with surprises and hope… very highly recommended … expect far more insight from this read than most, tempered with a purposeful saga to keep readers thoroughly engrossed to the end.” (Midwest Book Review)

“Avery breaks the laws of nature and lifts a veil … sophisticated … masterful … the work of a conscientious and gifted writer.” (Readers’ Favorite)

“Our reality is only the tip of the iceberg … The One Apart is a story heavy with emotion … A unique tale that rewards readers who take the journey.” (Entrada Publishing)

“A perfect blend of realism, fantasy and deep spirituality … Fascinating and compelling … Illustrates the power of compassion and empathy … A poignant and satisfying conclusion … This book will stay with you long after you finish it, a hallmark of excellent literature.” (Chanticleer Book Reviews)


Enjoy the Read…

If you delight in delving into an epic tale, escaping into a heroic adventure, being submerged in a science fantasy saga, alighting on a course that will affect how you look at life and the world around you, or being enlightened by life-changing books, you’ll relish reading The One Apart.

Genres:
â?¦ Fantasy > Epic > Mystery
â?¦ Science Fiction > Adventure
â?¦ Action & Adventure > Fantasy
â?¦ Contemporary > Science Fiction & Fantasy
â?¦ Genre Fiction > Metaphysical & Visionary
â?¦ Literature & Fiction > Literary > Fantasy
â?¦ Mystery, Thriller & Suspense > Supernatural
â?¦ Literature & Fiction > Genre Fiction > Family Saga
â?¦ Science Fiction & Fantasy > Fantasy > Paranormal & Urban
â?¦ Religion & Spirituality > New Age & Spirituality > New Thought
â?¦ Religion & Spirituality > New Age & Spirituality > Reincarnation

Sub-Genres:
urban fantasy adventure â?¦ heroic fantasy â?¦ an epic saga â?¦ the new weird â?¦ soft sci-fi â?¦ quantum fiction â?¦ psychological sci-fi â?¦ high fantasy â?¦ visionary fiction â?¦ metaphysical fiction â?¦ new thought books â?¦ family sagas in kindle books â?¦ inspirational novels â?¦ existentialist philosophy â?¦ reincarnation fiction â?¦ new age spirituality â?¦ existential novels â?¦ philosophical journey



The Maiden: Revelations

by Kristine Plum

For most of her life, Ryen Cardona has known exactly who she is and what responsibilities her future holds. She welcomes them, revels in them. To the outside world Ryen Cardona is a confident, intelligent acquisitions agent for the European Arts Council, traveling between Europe’s most famous museums, collecting pieces, and planning fundraisers, but at the end of the day, that life is a ruse. Ryen Cardona is a witch, quite possibly the most powerful witch the world has seen, but most people don’t even know that witches, real witches, with powers, exist. But Ryen isn’t just any witch. She’s the Maiden of the Universal Coven, the ruling body of all witches, and the one thing she despises and fears more than anything is vampires.
Cash Di Marco, unwilling heir to a centuries old Italian estate, is successful in his own right. He has defied his powerful mother to become a rising night club mogul. Loved by the paparazzi, he shamelessly enjoys all of the perks of being the epitome of a playboy bachelor. Providing him with fresh conquests each night, his business also offers an endless supply of blood, a necessity for Cash since he is also a vampire. Cash dreams of owning night clubs around the world to where not only the unknowing human patrons flock, but also where his vampire clientele can drink discreetly and safely.
Fate interferes with the plans they have for their lives when Cash and Ryen’s paths cross. Both of their lives are turned upside down as beauty and chaos unfold.
Set in a version of the world where real vampires and witches exist, this is a story about life, love, prejudice, and all of the tough decisions that go along with them.



The Lost Cities of Elvenshore (Elvenshore Series Book 2)

by Clark Graham

The Lost City of the Valkyries has been found! However, staying there brings certain death. The Dwarves are forced to send their Human prince to unlock the mysteries of an ancient evil that now lives in the city. Along the way the prince finds armies wandering the Westwood, an angry Elf, an upset King and alliances forming for both good and evil. The trilogy continues.What is in store for the land of Elvenshore?



A Little Slice Of Hell

by Seth Chambers

For some people, Hell is always just down the street and around the corner.



Under A Crimson Sky

by Brett Currah

Alriche is in a golden age. The human world is flourishing, but not everyone is satisfied with peace. Lord Rihm sachems and by chance stumbles upon a caster known as Dag who knows of some obscure unknown item that could grant him magic power and win his independence from the Empire. The only problem is this ancient magic gets out of control which sends the world into chaos. No longer is this a fight for the Empire, but a fight for survival. Dag must work to fix the mistake he has made and does everything he can to save the world he knows and loves.



THE PEOPLE FROM BELOW: A FANTASY OF THE CRETACEOUS, & MANHATTAN’S SUBWAYS

by Richard Wolkomir

In the Cretaceous, great civilizations arose, but over aeons people forgot them. They faded into myth.
Their terrible wars erased the fossil record, leaving anthropologists no hint humans lived so long ago.
Yet, remnants of those ancient peoples lingered, hidden.
Now it is our own time.
An abandoned Manhattan subway station, a haven for the homelessâ??up from deep down come yellow-haired strangers, their eyes like emeralds.
They seek one of the subway dwellers, Marten, a thief.
They need his skills.
He’s a “cannon,” though, a pickpocket, who only “dips” solo.
He means to keep it that way.



The Renegades (The Bard from Barliona Book #1) LitRPG series

by Vasily Mahanenko

Barliona is back! OLD WORLD, NEW HEROES!

What would happen if a professional rock musician joined a virtual MMO in search of inspiration among its gameworld? What would happen if she decided to play as a biota bard, a brand new race of humanoid flora as well as a new class? Whatever would happen, it would surely be funâ?¦



Thomas the Rhymer (Jack Hughes Trilogy Book 1)

by Paul Andruss

â??Fans of Harry Potter and Narnia will love Thomas the Rhymer’

â??Thomas the Rhymer leaves you feeling like a child curled up in a comfy armchair on a wet and windy afternoon, lost in a good book’

â??Spellbinding! An ideal Christmas read for young and old alike!’

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When Fairy Queen Sylvie snatches his brother, schoolboy Jack is plunged into a sinister fantasy world of illusion and deception – the realm of telepathic fairies ruled by spoilt, arrogant fairy queens.

Haunted by nightmares about his brother and pursued by a mysterious tramp (only seen by Jack and his friends) Jack fears he too will be stolen away.

The tramp is Thomas the Rhymer, who only speaks in rhyme. Lost and frightened Thomas needs Jack’s help to find his way home.

The race is on for Jack and his friends to save Thomas from the wicked Agnes Day (who wants to treat Thomas like a lab rat). And save Jack’s brother from Sylvie.
To do this they need the help of Bess – the most ancient powerful fairy queen in the land.
But there is a problemâ?¦
No one knows where Bess isâ?¦ or even if she is still lives.
And even if they find herâ?¦ will she let them go?

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What’s been said about Thomas the Rhymer

“This is a terrific story, beautifully written with great imagination and gentle humour. The plot is well crafted and cleverly interweaves fantasy with reality. The momentum is maintained throughout the book, with action on every page. The human characters are solid and believable and the fairies are cleverly portrayed as being powerful while at the same time vulnerable”

“A real page-turner – full of excitement and wonder”

“The climax is absolutely brilliant, not only magic, imagery, spells and incantations, but gives a feeling of real danger too. And there is a terrific sting in the tail”

“The story is written in such a way that it is easy for young readers to follow – without being patronising – while at the same time older lovers of fantasy will appreciate its subtlety, vividness and comedy”

Find out more about Thomas the Rhymer @ http://www.jackhughesbooks.com/

Read Jack’s fairy poem @ http://www.jackhughesbooks.com/fairy-poem.php

Download Artwork Posters @ http://www.jackhughesbooks.com/wallpapers.php



A Walk Through Dark Places: A Novella

by R.E.D. Harig

This is a story about a lonely street in the middle of a dark forest, and the people trapped there.

Following a car crash, Parker Nordhoff awakens to find himself in a strange and otherworldly place, with no idea how he got there or how to get out. He sets out in search of a way to escape his nightmarish predicament, and along the way meets the other peculiar people who are trapped there with him. But as his journey progresses, Parker also becomes aware of a malignant force lurking in the shadows, determined to stop anyone from escaping this dark place.



Hidden Religion â?? A Mystical Novel

by Sharon Golan

What is stronger? A man’s beliefs or his survival instinct?

When the rational gives you a death sentence, the irrational becomes your best friend.

When Alnor Loro, a 25-year-old, learns that he has a terminal illness, no amount of brightness of the day can stop his world from falling apart. Desperation and hopelessness force him to make the only decision he believes right – leave everything and everyone he has ever known behind and spend his last years on a long vacation in England.

As chance would have it, he won’t be going through this journey alone, after all. Befriending a mysterious girl, who undermines his reasoning, makes him second-guess the actual fatality of his illness and question everything he has ever believed (or has never believed) in.

Upon hearing about a special place and a hidden religion that can bring about his full recovery, Alnor is increasingly convinced that this girl is far from sane. Nevertheless, since there is nothing left to lose, Alnor lets curiosity (and hope, perhaps?) get the better of him and finds himself on a spiritual journey during which everything seems to be possible.

What is the right way when there is no way?

Torn between the world he once knew and the one he is discovering, both firm disbelief and inexplicable faith assail his mind and soul. With the great mental strengths he discovers to have, maybe, just maybe, following instructions of this religion will lead him to a full recovery.

Get your copy of Hidden Religion and find out if Alnor will be cured or merely deluded!



Lost in the City of Flowers (The Histories of Idan Book 1)

by Maria C. Trujillo

Viola has always felt like she doesn’t belong. With her mother halfway around the world, her sister away at school, and her father as her only friend, she keeps to herself and only dreams of becoming an artist. The last thing a teenager wants for her birthday is to spend time with an old woman she doesn’t even know. And she certainly doesn’t want to travel 544 years back in time to Renaissance Florence.

Trapped in the Renaissance, Viola Menet must work in the same workshop as the teenage Leonardo da Vinci, save art’s masterpieces, and find a way home, all before her pocket watch stops ticking. With her parents separated, her sister away at school, and her friends always moving away, she keeps to her sketchbook and only dreams of becoming an artist in New York. At least that was until she traveled 544 years back in time. Armed with Idan, a cryptic pocket watch, she must navigate the perilous city of Florence before she falls victim to the threats of Lorenzo the Magnificent. For a girl that has a hard time meeting people, Viola manages to befriend the young Leonardo da Vinci and gain the affections of the handsome Giuliano de’ Medici. To get back home Viola must find her voice and tap into her artistic abilities.



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