The Silver Sphere (The Kin Chronicles Book 1), by Michael Dadich. (Still 0.99?)

"The Silver Sphere is an excellent, epic fantasy novel. The creatures are truly amazing, one of my favorites being Baku the dream eater. The last few chapters had me rifling through the pages as the build up to the ending was well paced. This reminded me of LOTR meets The Hunger Games. I highly recommend it for fans of the genre!" -- Amazon Reviewer

The Silver Sphere by Michael Dadich
Evolved Publishing presents a wild journey to a sister planet of Earth, in "The Silver Sphere" by Michael Dadich. [DRM-Free]
[YA Fantasy/Sci-Fi] Suitable for readers 13 and up.
Shelby Pardow never imagined she could kill someone. All she wants to do is hide from her troubled father... when she is teleported to awaiting soldiers on the planet Azimuth. Here she is not a child, but Kin to one of the six Aulic Assembly members whom Malefic Cacoethes has drugged and imprisoned. He seeks to become dictator of this world (and then Earth by proxy).
His father, Biskara, is an evil celestial entity, tracked by the Assembly with an armillary device, The Silver Sphere. With the Assembly now deposed, Biskara directs Malefic and the Nightlanders to their strategic targets. Unless....
Can Shelby find the other Kin, and develop courage and combat skills? Can the Kin reassemble in time to release or replace the Assembly, overthrowing Malefic and restraining Biskara?

  • [*]GOLD MEDAL: Mom's Choice Awards - Young Adult Fantasy
    [*]GOLD MEDAL: Wise Bear Books - Young Adult Fantasy (General + Adventure)
    [*]GOLD MEDAL: Mom's Choice Awards - Young Adult Fantasy
    [*]BEST IN CATEGORY: Wise Bear Book Awards - Young Adult Fantasy
    [*]GOLD MEDAL: Readers' Favorite Awards - Young Adult Fantasy
    [*]WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement: Fall 2013 - Fantasy
    [*]WINNER: Beverly Hills Book Awards 2014 - Young Adult Fiction
    [*]WINNER: National Indie Excellence Book Awards 2014 - Fantasy
    [*]BRONZE MEDAL: Moonbeam Children's Book Awards - Young Adult Fantasy/Sci-Fi

274 pages, with a 4.4-star rating from 93 reviews.

Circles (Shining Light's Saga Book 1), by Ruby Standing Deer. (Still 0.99?)

"This novel of historic fiction is a must for any fan of Native American history, or seeker of knowledge, or lover of life. It is expertly crafted with vivid imagery and characters that will become beloved. If you don't know what it means to sing someone home, prepare to swallow hard. It is heart warming and moving. Truly a thing of beauty." -- Amazon Reviewer

WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Fall 2015 -- Best Books in Historical Fiction
"Circles ~ This novel of historic fiction is a must for any fan of Native American history, or seeker of knowledge, or lover of life. It is expertly crafted with vivid imagery and characters that will become beloved. If you don't know what it means to sing someone home, prepare to swallow hard. It is heart warming and moving. Truly a thing of beauty." ~ T.W. Griffith
"A beautiful story of what should have been. ~ The story is strongly written and will appeal to those who believe that mankind should live in harmony with nature. If you expect savagery and blood - look elsewhere." ~ Jaydax "John Chapman"
Circles by Ruby Standing Deer
Evolved Publishing brings you a rare glimpse into ancient Native American culture, in the award-winning historical novel, Circles, the first in the Shining Light's Saga series. [DRM-Free]
Historical Fiction, American Indian, Cultural Heritage
With much of the world still undiscovered, a small band of people live a peaceful life, until the dream vision of a young boy, Feather Floating In Water, changes everything. Only nine winters old, Feather's dreams turn his seemingly ordinary childhood into the journey of a lifetime. He must help his people face a terrifying destiny from which they cannot turn away. He must find a way to make his people listen.
Bright Sun Flower, the boy's grandmother, guides his beginnings, teaching him about the Circle of Life, and how without it, no life can exist. But he needs a bigger push, and gets it from a grey wolf and a Great Elder. The boy's journey leads him to discover that the Circle of Life involves all people, all living things, and not just the world he knows.
In the end, an ancient People guide the boy in his visions, toward an unexpected place hidden from outsiders.
This story is steeped in American Indian life, in their beliefs and humor, and in their love of family. It shows how we might benefit from the old ways today.
Be sure to check out the rest of Shining Light's Saga and the continuing adventures of these remarkable peoples in Spirals (Book 2) and Stones (Book 3).

230 pages, with a 4.3-star rating from 117 reviews.

Galerie (Historical Suspense Thriller), by Steven Greenberg. (Still 0.99?)

"Imagine Stephen King wrote Schindler's List. Though it is well accepted that Nazi atrocities were among the most horrible in history, Galerie manages to break away from the accepted treatment of Europe's darkest hour and explore the horror from an unexpected point of view. In his meticulously well researched novel, Greenberg picks open scabs that other authors have all agreed to let lie. I identified so personally with the heroine that I was sucked in to the story, even though at times I wished I could put the book aside to escape the unraveling mystery and horror." -- Amazon Reviewer

WINNER: Pinnacle Book Achievement Award, Fall 2015 -- Best Books in Fiction
One woman's quest for truth reveals a dark family secret long buried in Prague's Nazi past.
Galerie by Steven Greenberg
Evolved Publishing presents a thrilling work of historical fiction that examines how Holocaust horrors still resonate generations later, and how even deep wounds of betrayal can ultimately heal. [DRM-Free]
[Historical, Thriller, Literary, Holocaust]
Every family holds to secrets, but some are far darker, reach deeper, and touch a rawer nerve than others.
Vanesa Neuman is the daughter of Holocaust survivors, and her childhood in the cramped intimacy of south Tel Aviv is shadowed by her parents' unspoken wartime experiences. The past for her was a closed book… until her father passes away and that book falls literally open. Vanesa must now unravel the mystery of the diary she has received-and the strange symbol within-at all costs.
Set against the backdrop of the Nazi occupation and the Jewish Museum of Prague-Adolf Eichmann's "Museum of an Extinct Race"-Galerie is fast-paced historical fiction in the tradition of Tatiana De Rosnay's Sarah's Key. From Jerusalem's Yad V'Shem Holocaust research center, to the backstreets of Prague, and into the former "paradise ghetto" of Theresienstadt, Vanesa's journey of understanding will reveal a darker family past than she ever imagined-a secret kept alive for over half a century.
PERFECT FOR BOOK CLUBS: A book club guide is included at the end of the story.

246 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 13 reviews.

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Autumn in the City of Angels (The Autumn Series Book 1), by Kirby Howell. (Still free?)

"I'm a sucker for post-apocalyptic stuff done well (The Walking Dead, The Stand), and also a sucker for YA. Autumn in the City of Angels combines so many of my favorite things into one novel. Autumn is a likable protagonist with an interesting back story, and the people she meets - particularly one mysterious fella - are compelling characters in their own right. The story speeds along and leaves you eager for the next installment, and lucky for me, there's already a sequel available! Yay!" -- Amazon Reviewer




What would you do if you lived through the apocalypse? The real fight to survive comes after everyone else is gone.

A plague of epic proportion sweeps the globe, leaving less than one percent of the world's population immune. Among the living is Autumn Winters, the teenage daughter of a famous actress. When Autumn's parents don't come home and the city is overtaken by a dangerous faction, she goes into hiding with a small group of underground survivors. They're led by a mysterious young man who harbors an unearthly secret, and with whom Autumn feels a deep connection.

Autumn in the City of Angels is the first novel in a series, followed by Autumn in the Dark Meadows and Autumn in the City of Lights.

362 pages, with a 4.7-star rating from 129 reviews.

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