FREE & BARGAIN EBOOKS – {01-10-2017}

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Zoo'd: A Horror in Reality by Kevin Michael Guest

Zoo'd: A Horror in RealityKevin Michael Guest

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There was a time when locking your doors could keep your kids safe.
There was a time when computers were innocent of crime.
In 1992, that time....passed.
One man would learn that lesson the hard way, and all who surround him will suffer from his actions- whether they knew him, or not.

The wheels of justice turn slowly, more so than Charles could ever imagine.

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The Disembodied by Anthony Hains

The DisembodiedAnthony Hains

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Thirteen-year-old Griffin Rinaldi seems like a normal kid. He plays basketball at the Y and he's just learning to talk to girls. But Griffin doesn't feel normal. He's been diagnosed with Depersonalization Disorder--he feels disconnected from his body, and at times, he doesn't know if he's dead or alive. And it seems to be getting worse.

Following the brutal death of his abusive father, Griffin is haunted by a red-haired kid only he can see and who wants him to do things he doesn't understand. Griffin's only sources of support are his grandfather, Soren - a regional author of Outer Banks ghost stories - and his same-aged cousin, Tanner, a boy coping with his own troubled life.

When a rare blizzard strikes the Outer Banks, Griffin recognizes the red-haired boy as a vengeful specter from Soren's tales. To make matters worse, his well-meaning aunt has convinced his mother he's under some sort of spiritual attack. Unsure if the mysterious boy is a symptom of his disorder or an entity with evil intent, Griffin finds himself in a struggle to save his life, his sanity and maybe his very soul.

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Apocalypticon by Clayton Smith

ApocalypticonClayton Smith

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Welcome to a whole new kind of apocalypse...a dark, hilarious, and heart-wrenching tale of machetes, adventure, friendship, and pudding. "The best post-apocalyptic story ever written. Period."

"...absolutely hilarious...this book is a hell of a lot of fun!" - Boing Boing

"...it's what a post-apocalyptic novel would look like if written by Joss Whedon." - CCLaP

"Equal parts Mad Max and Monty Python...one hilarious, harrowing and heart-wrenching tale." - Steven Luna, Author of the Joe Vampire series.

What readers are saying:

"This book deserves a movie"

"I'll carry this book's memory into all other books as an expectation to be met"

"A real gem in the Apocalypse genre!"


Three years have passed since the Jamaicans caused the apocalypse, and things in post-Armageddon Chicago have settled into a new kind of normal. Unfortunately, that "normal" includes collapsing skyscrapers, bands of bloodthirsty maniacs, and a dwindling cache of survival supplies. After watching his family, friends, and most of the non-sadistic elements of society crumble around him, Patrick decides it's time to cross one last item off his bucket list.

He's going to Disney World.

This hilarious, heartfelt, gut-wrenching odyssey through post-apocalyptic America is a pilgrimage peppered with peril, as fellow survivors Patrick and Ben encounter a slew of odd characters, from zombie politicians and deranged survivalists to a milky-eyed oracle who doesn't have a lot of good news. Plus, it looks like Patrick may be hiding the real reason for their mission to the Magic Kingdom...

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Code Junkie by Jeffrey Koval Jr.

Code JunkieJeffrey Koval Jr.

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Kevin is an unpleasant man who loses his job.

He finds it difficult to deal with other people. He has those he considers friends, and he theoretically spends time with them, but he mostly prefers to focus on code, alcohol, and good old-fashioned cynicism.

Kevin begins having odd hallucinations. One minute he is finding comfort with a complete stranger, and the next he is in a darkened, pixelated wood. A crowd of things are gathering, yet Kevin doesn't sense danger from the creatures, just anticipation. Something is about to happen.

Before Kevin can get to the bottom of the gathering, he is thrust back into his normal life. The visions, however, do not stop. Soon the dream figures are following him into reality.

Life conspires to keep him in the small town of Deptford, longing for his first love and feeling numb inside. He isn't exactly happy with his existence, but he doesn't have much motivation to change anything. Things do begin to change, however, in strange and horrifying ways.

Author Jeffrey Koval Jr. spins a story of cynicism, introspection, and addiction. As Kevin must overcome the trials and tribulations of everyday life, he will become more and more entranced by his hallucinations. Is he crazy? Prophetic? Or something else entirely?

"Code Junkie" is the tale about an unpleasant man who loses his job.

Welcome to Deptford County.

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Topper by Thorne Smith

TopperThorne Smith

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Elegant, fun-loving George and Marion Kerby are the toast of the town, until they wreck their flashy car and discover they've become, well, ghosts. Making the best of a bad situation, they decide that being dead is the perfect opportunity to liven up staid, stuffy Cosmo Topper. Naturally, much hilarity ensues.

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