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Ebook Deals Today | October 17, 2017

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Dystopian

Shattered Worlds by Elana Johnson + Others

August 8, 2017 |

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Escape into twenty-three epic worlds that will leave you breathless.

From dystopian nightmares to gorgeous steampunk and fantasy settings to fairy-tale retellings and beyond, Read More

Interpretation by Dylan Callens

August 3, 2017 |

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Carl Winston awakens to find his son, Liam, screaming with fear. Trying to understand why, Carl tries to soothe him. Read More

The Silver Spider: A Dragon Shifter Urban Fantasy Steampunk Romance (Dragon, Stone & Steam Book 2) by Emma Alisyn

June 9, 2017 |

Realtime Pricing: Amzn: $2.99

A fae witch with a rare skill, coveted by a powerful Lord. A dragon shifter unafraid to start a war. A tentative new bond threatened by a quest for vengeance.
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The Journey Home: An EMP Survival Story (EMP Aftermath Series Book 1) by John Winchester

January 16, 2017 |

Realtime Pricing: Amzn: $2.99

This is the story of the Miller family, Jack, Amy, and their sons Kenny and Danny. Separated by half a continent after an EMP attack sends the United States back to the Stone Age, Read More

The Glooming (Wrath of the Old Gods Book 1) by John Triptych

August 31, 2016 |

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BOOK 1 OF AN EPIC POST-APOCALYPTIC SERIES!

MYTHS ARE NO LONGER JUST LEGENDS, THEY ARE REAL. Read More

The Maid of Salerno by Vi Zetterwall

April 18, 2016 |

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In a dark and broken world, one young woman is a ray of hope.

In 2019 the United States was hit with The Darkening, an apocalyptic terrorist attack that killed millions, including the president and most leaders.
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The Elect: Malevolent, a Dystopian Novel by Tamryn Ward

February 5, 2015 |

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For twenty girls and boys, the Elect is the chance of a lifetime–the opportunity to not only escape a life of backbreaking work, pain, and hunger but to save their families too. Read More