Friday, 16 May 2014

Friday Freebies: 16/05/2014

Looking for some books to read over the weekend or add to your growing to-read list? Well you're in luck. Here are some lovely looking ebook I've found today!

If you have already read any of these books feel free to comment with a review - or a link to your review - as these are all books I'm looking at reading some soon!

Note: All books were free at the time of publishing this post. I cannot guarantee they will free when you look at them, so please check the price before hitting download!

Dust by Allison M. Dickson

Genre: Sci-fi
Pages: 17

"A hungry alien substance has traveled to Earth following a doomed Lunar mission, and it's consuming everything it touches, leaving behind drifts of gray death. No life form stands a chance, but Clyde Jackson is tougher than most. He's seen war and he's been in plenty of foxholes. Now he's living through the end of the world one day at a time in a panic room that has become his only refuge. It's only a matter of time before the ventilation fails, and it'll only take a single gray speck to end it all..."

Girl Perfect by Jo Jenkins

Genre: YA
Pages: 103

Have you ever felt different?

A novel about feeling different and finding love in the unlikeliest of places.

"Elin Richards, 13, was born with a cleft lip and palate and has always felt different. Struggling day-to-day with her distinctive appearance, all Elin wants is to be like everyone else. School is a nightmarish and lonely place, and Elin only feels truly at ease when she’s riding her beloved horse, Hebe.

When Elin finally snaps and strikes a boy in her class, the consequences are far reaching. Then someone close makes a suggestion that will change Elin’s life forever.

So take a ride with Elin as she discovers that in an imperfect world true friends are closer than you might think."

Bet in the Dark by Rachel Higginson

Genre: Romance / Romantic Comedy / New Adult
Pages: 285

"All Ellie Harris wanted was a life of her own.

In a shortsighted decision, she follows her high school boyfriend to college, only to get cheated on and then dumped. And to add insult to injury, her overprotective family is suddenly clinging to her again, fighting to control every part of her life.

Bad luck follows her hasty decision and when her roommate steals her identity and leaves town, Ellie is left to clean up a gigantic mess.

Fin Hunter insists Ellie owes him seven thousand dollars from an online poker game and he won't stop until he collects it. Determined to keep her family out of her life, Ellie agrees to work for Fin in his illegal online poker operation. He’s given her six weeks to pay off the debt.

Soon sparks are flying between them and the only thing keeping her from falling for him is the debt she still owes and the money she doesn’t have.

At the end of those six weeks, Ellie will have to pay the mistaken debt or bet in the dark that her feelings for Fin will be worth more than the money."

Suicide Vacation by Rich Allen

Genre: General Fiction / Holiday
Pages: 250

"Jack Holden is a big fan of the silver screen, but if Hollywood ever make a movie about his life, it will be a horror film. He's lost his job as a radio presenter, his girlfriend has dumped him and eviction from his flat seems imminent. Devoid of hope, Jack scrapes together enough money for a nostalgia fueled trip to Barcelona, with the aim of ending his life there. But, when a stranger using a tantalizing alias contacts him, telling him not to go through with it, he becomes curious.

With Jack's final scenes imminent, he realizes that he's only a player, and that someone else is in the director's chair."


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