FREE & BARGAIN EBOOKS – {07-22-2020}

I Have the Sight by Rick Wood

I Have the SightRick Wood

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Eddie is perfectly content being a lazy slob. He doesn’t really care whether he lives or dies, so what does it matter? That all changes, however, when a near-death experience forces him to confront something from the other side – something desperately evil – and it takes everything he has to ensure he isn’t dragged to hell with it…

As a child, Eddie witnessed the death of his little sister – a tragic event that destroyed his family and left him on a descent into despair. As an adult, he has no job, lives on his best friend’s sofa, and doesn’t particularly care that he is the loser his best friend tells him he is.

Then a near-death experience briefly forces Eddie to the other side. He sees something demonic, something destitute and evil, and he is grateful for waking up again

But he hasn’t woken up alone.

Everywhere he goes this entity is there, haunting him. It is making him weaker, and it won’t be long before it takes his place in this world completely.

What’s more, Eddie doesn’t yet realise that there is a reason this demon has chosen him. Discovering that reason may be the key to finding his purpose in a world he has rejected.

But first, he has to survive.

Can he escape this demon that has attached itself to his soul? Or will he lose his life before he can become something greater?

Show Me More: Paranormal Horror

BOOM by Ben Farthing

BOOMBen Farthing

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Everard is a man with a secret…

…he can psychically tweak reality with the word “no.”

It’s barely enough to survive in the Periphery, the overlapping dimensions in the dark corners of Washington, D.C.

When Everard’s secret gets out, the whole Periphery hunts him down.

Hoodoo covens and monster hunters want to recruit him. Undead gangsters try to reshape his skin. And an eldritch cult wants to wear him like a suit.

Everard responds: “No.” Reality bends. Everard escapes. Mostly.

But bubbling up beneath it all, is the ancient god of waste: The Bloat.

The Bloat is swallowing the city, and only Everard can stop it.

And this time, the word “no” might not be enough.

If you like thrilling magic streetfights, dark & wondrous worldbuilding, and snarky & overpowered heroes, you’ll love the standalone introduction to Ben Farthing’s urban fantasy world. Explore the Periphery universe and dive into BOOM today.

“One hell of a writer.” – Daryl Gregory, World Fantasy Award winning author of Spoonbenders, We Are All Completely Fine, and Harrison Squared

“The stuff from my freaking nightmares.” – Lesley Conner, Managing Editor of Apex Magazine

“His writing makes me feel like Salieri in Amadeus” – Lou Antonelli, Hugo-nominated author

Show Me More: Lovecraftian Horror

My Exorcism Killed Me (The Sensitives Book 2) by Rick Wood

My Exorcism Killed Me (The Sensitives Book 2)Rick Wood

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Your biggest demons are fuelled by your biggest fears.

Together, Julian and Derek have defeated hundreds of demons. There’s nothing they can’t handle.

Well, almost nothing…

What happens when the haunting isn’t from hell, but from your past?

Anna, an eleven-year-old victim of possession, is the one girl that they failed to exorcise. Her death has always been there in the back of their minds, reminding them what they risk losing.

But now it seems that it’s more than just a memory that’s come back to haunt them…

Show Me More: Paranormal Horror

The Road to Saratin by Charles W. Jones

The Road to SaratinCharles W. Jones

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DESCRIPTION:

The world had already begun to change, in ways Carl had no idea were possible, when the voices began speaking to him on the night of his sixth birthday. When Carl’s mom contacted Dr. Emerson Sharod at the Freedom Institute, she had no idea that the time she cherished with her son would end.

Twenty-two years later, the voices urge Carl to leave the Freedom Institute after a man is slain under suspicious circumstances. He doesn’t question them and naively crosses the threshold into the city of Montford, where he knows no one. A few help him, risking their safety, so he can escape the walled city and begin his trek to find his mom in Saratin.

The world outside the walls is stranger than the city with unknown dangers at every step, though not everyone is a foe. Along the way, he meets many who help him and share stories about what caused the changes in the world. When he reaches Base 40, he comes face to face with Astrid, who rescued him from freaks on the first day of his travels. He is worried that she will tell the baser leader, Corporal Phelps, that he’s the escapee from the Freedom Institute, but she does not.

After an uncomfortable meal with Corporal Phelps, Carl shares his story with Astrid. She agrees to take him to Saratin. Reaching the tent city outside the walls of Saratin, they search for refuge and are taken in by Kenneth who is partially responsible for the chaos in the world. The safe place is quickly infiltrated by Corporal Phelps, and they are taken back to Base 40 where Carl witnesses the Corporal torturing Astrid. In a moment of anguish, Carl remembers something he was told and puts together a plan to save Astrid and himself, and, unknowingly, the world.

Show Me More: Apocalyptic Horror

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