This week’s Amazon Kindle genre freebies!
Featuring science fiction, fantasy, and horror titles, grab a great genre read for the weekend for free!
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|Planet Walkers by A V Shackleton|
On a mission very far from home, the Planet Walkers, a team of interplanetary explorers, must survive on their wits, but beneath the beauty of this pristine world lurks a seed of corruption that will stain their lives and the life of the planet forever.
This is an adventure about angels and archangels with a twist, and it will keep you guessing till the last. The team traverses their new planet by the power of song, through romance, danger and loss.
|Genre: Science Fantasy|
|Mage Seer by Lark Allen|
As the youngest apprentice to the Archmage of Salia in over a century, Faleena has received one of the greatest of honors. But it is not just her power as mage that set her apart.
Raised by his elven grandfather, Aerinor is anxious to finish his training with the human Archmage of Salia. An unexpected competition to be the archmage’s successor changes when a life becomes at risk.
Will Faleena be able to use her gift as seer to rise above or will Aerinor’s elven lineage set him up to win?
|Ash and Steel by T.L. Branson|
Alexander Drygo, king of Sunbury, is reeling from the loss of his wife. Despite his best efforts using an incredible power, she is no longer among the living.
When a rival kingdom seeks to take advantage of this delicate time in Drygo’s life, he is thrust into a battle for the future of his kingdom.
Can he save his people where he could not save his queen?
|Prelude by Chariss K. Walker|
Get a behind-the-scenes look at 16-year-old Alec Winters, a New Orleans teen-jock, before his strange, supernatural transformation in this vengeance-driven fantasy thriller series.
|Genre: Urban Fantasy|
|Awakening Alexa by Racheal Lachman|
Are you afraid of the darkness, of the supernatural entities which go bump in the night?
Something sinister uncannily lurks in the heart of the darkness, watching, evaluating – waiting for the perfect opportunity to strike.
|Genre: Psychological Horror|
Wolf You Feed by Angela Stevens
Tore Vargr finds his world turned upside down when he is forced to choose between the love of his life and the life he loves. He chooses Annike, disrespects his brother, Erik, and sets off a chain of events that shape his life in a way he could never have imagined.
There is a battle of two wolves inside us all.
One is evil: it is anger, envy, greed, arrogance, jealousy, resentment, lies.
The other is good: it is joy, peace, love, hope, humility, kindness, empathy, truth.
The wolf that wins?
The one you feed.
|Genre: Contemporary Fantasy|
|Hotel Z by A.C. Hutchinson|
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|Bad Apple by Kristi Petersen Schoonover|
After an unfortunate incident on a Maine apple orchard, precocious teen Scree is left with a father she’s not sure is hers, a never-ending list of chores and her flaky brother’s baby, who she is expected to raise.
In a noble move to save the child from an existence like her own, Scree flees to a glitzy resort teeming with young men just ripe for the picking. But even as life with baby becomes all she’d dreamed, Dali-esque visions begin to leach through the gold paint…
|Genre: Psychological Horror|
|Ordinary Boy by Stacey Longo|
My name is Curtis Price. Until my extraordinary death, I live an ordinary life in the poor side of town in Osprey Falls, Maine, with my mother and older sister. I am the boy that nobody sees, ignored in the shadows of the hallway. I am the kid that is picked last in gym. I am the student that is never called on in class to answer the question, and, after a while, I stop bothering to raise my hand.
It is not until my stepfather shoots me that I am finally—finally—noticed.
Before I meet my untimely end, let me start at the beginning.
|Genre: Young Adult|
|Ink Stains, Volume 5|
The human mind is an incredible organ. It shoots synapses through trillions of connections to the more than 100 billions nerves in our bodies. But what happens when one of those connections goes bad? What happens when there is a misfire? What happens when some minds break, and people stop functioning “correctly”?
|Genre: Horror Anthology|
|Beware the Hawk by A.J. O'Connell|
At least I thought it was until I was ordered to make a late-night run to Boston to meet an opium-addicted, vodka-addled contact, who blows the deal. Now I am being hunted as I hobble, injured through the streets of Beantown.
When I discover a planted gun and my new assignment, I wonder if perhaps I made a bad career choice.
|Genre: Noir Satire|
|The Tale of Storm Raven by Steph Minns|
Nick, a London musician and bookstore manager, falls for a goth beauty he meets online. However, Suzy has a problem. No one believes a ghost is gradually taking over Suzy’s life, until Nick and his friend Zac start to investigate. But is it too late though for Suzy, who is gradually spiraling into a sordid decline?
|Genre: Occult Horror|
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