Weekly Amazon Kindle Book Freebies – Nov. 17, 2017

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Amazon Kindle Freebies for November 17, 2017

Ink Stains, Volume 2

Trust. Sometimes it is freely given. Other times it is hard-earned. Either way, it’s is a fragile thing. Give it to the wrong person, and it just might cost your life.

The second volume of Ink Stains literary anthology explores the complexity of placing your trust in another person and what can happen when that trust is betrayed.
Genre: Horror Anthology
The Legacy: Dax
by GG Atcheson

Ten years after earning his wings as a spaceship pilot, Zhendar is finally ready to silence the naysayers.

Despite being the youngest navigator, he is tasked with infiltrating a brutal and amoral society where torture is entertainment and planets are expendable resources.

As he struggles to blend in, he must determine how the Ksarrichis choose their victims before his own planet falls prey to their insane games.
Genre: Science Fiction
In the Storm
by Karen Metcalf

No one escapes fate without sacrifice, but is the price more than Carly is willing to pay?

Abandoned by the world around her, Carly believes she is fated to a life of torment at the hands of her stepfather and is desperate for an escape.

When she can bear the abuse no longer and gives in to a thunderous rage, she suddenly finds herself in an unfamiliar, yet beautiful, storm world.

This limbo between dimensions appears to be her private sanctuary, but it may just be her purgatory.
Genre: Young Adult Fantasy
Cloak of the Two Winds
by Jack Massa

Pirates, sorcerers, and witches battle for an ancient magical treasure.

To the Iruk people, the crew of a hunting boat is sacred. But when Lonn leads his boat away from the hunt to pursue his dream of a treasure ship, they find more than an easy bit of piracy.

The ship belongs to the witch Amlina, and after the Iruks carry off her possessions, they are robbed in turn. Worse, one of their mates is also taken—Glyssa, the woman Lonn loves.

To rescue her, the pirates must join forces with Amlina on a perilous voyage far from the seas they know. To Lonn and his mates, nothing matters but saving Glyssa.

But Amlina knows more is at stake. Among her possessions is an object of ancient power. In the wrong hands, the Cloak of the Two Winds can unravel the age-old magic that keeps the world from chaos.
Genre: Fantasy
A Darker Moon
by J.S. Watts

What if your death would save humanity? What decision would you make?

A Darker Moon is a dark psychological fantasy and biblical thriller. A grim dark fantasy tale of light and shadow and the unlit places where it is best not to shine even the dimmest light.

In this dark mythological fantasy, Abe Finchley is a damaged man, an orphan with no roots and no family ties. When he finally meets the woman he has been looking for all his life, he finds not just love and passion, but a dark and violent family history that spans generations into humanity’s deepest past.
Genre: Dark Contemporary Fantasy
Beware the Hawk
by A.J. O'Connell

Sure, being a courier for a secret, possibly terrorist society has its risks, but the pay was worth it.

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: Pulp/Noir
Sun Dogs
by Anthony Labriola

These poems fly from Earth to Jupiter and back, but one can feel the sweat on the skin for the whole trip.

Lenses, including those of our eyes, let the sky-watcher chart the trip of the time-traveler from beginning to end.

We are all star-children, born into the universe, where we must wander from place to place and time to time in search of our own bliss.
Genre: Sci-Fi Poetry
The Tale of Storm Raven
by Stephanie 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: Horror short story
by Emory Gayle

"I was going to die because I did the one thing I swore I would never do. I fell in love."

Water is the perfect combination of suspense, mystery, humor, and romance. Its gripping tale of love and danger, combined with a terrifically detailed world below the waves, will have readers breathless and begging for more.
Genre: Young Adult Paranormal
Sprite Night
by Deborah Jay

When Scottish water sprite, Cassie, volunteers for an anti-fracking protest, the last thing she expects is to find herself at odds with a druid.

But with time running out for the local environment, she can’t afford to be distracted by the handsome hunk of a Highlander.

Intent on a minor act of sabotage, Cassie is totally unprepared to be caught in the cross-fire of a magical battle. Can she avert catastrophe? Or will she become the very agency of an ecological disaster?

A unique eco-urban fantasy with a touch of romance.
Genre: Urban Fantasy Short Story
Memory of the Color Yellow
by Suzanne Jenkins

In a world ruled with military precision, a misspoken word has the power to generate enough rage to turn life upside down in the story of a post apocalyptic world on the brink.

Steve Manos and his family live in Europe Town, a segregated area where people of European descent live in the Coalition, formerly the United States. The necessities of life are minimally met by the government and everyone works for the good of the leadership.

Life for the people is almost intolerable, but that is when change happens.
Genre: Dystopian Science Fiction