2018 Best Books: May Update
Below are our best new Books for May 2018: 12 new books you will love to have on your ereader!
“May, more than any other month of the year, wants us to feel alive”
― Fennel Hudson
T. Randal | Erotica
Follow Angel on her world wide adventures. Sex, drugs, lust and betrayal follow her from port to port. Will she ever get home?
Echelle Emmanuel | Self-Improvement
My Friends And The People That I Talk To is a guide to open your mind on how you should handle, balance friendships/relationship, and handle some kind of situations that tend to shaken up your friendships/relationships. I further go ahead to highlight some of the other things that could be killing friendships leading to the loss of friendships, things that you should consider before certifying people as your friends, how to maintain those friendships to stay at the best perfect terms throughout your lifetime plus the eight core elements of a good friendship/relationship. This e-book consists of some of the things that you have encountered in your day to day life and you know about but haven’t taken seriously because they have no descriptive terms or labels.
Seon Stronghold | Sci-fi Fantasy
I present to you the complete version of Iron Five (Book 1, published) & (Book 2, the newest installment) in one full novel. If you crave spaceports, docking & undocking from them, jumping to hyperspace, Mech (In this case, flying battle tanks/walking fighter jets) within a realistic-ish environment, this might actually be the book for you. Welcome to my Earthfront Universe, I hope you enjoy.
Lorri Frandsen | Religious
Shadows of Redemption shows how God’s grace in Christ Jesus is the theme that runs throughout the whole Bible, often hidden as a mystery in the Old Testament and fulfilled in the New. Both Testaments are about the Messiah and God’s wonderful plan of redemption for His people. Read this book to see how God's grace unfolded throughout history in the past, and how Jesus is the fulfillment of what was promised and prophesied so long ago.
Kari Lynn M. | Fiction
Waking up in a deserted Wisconsin woods surrounded by masked members of a family witch-gang at three a.m. on a school night? Check. Becoming captured by a deeply demented elder alongside the one member of society that you probably despise the most? Yep, check. My life hasn’t been this heart-stopping since I spotted Jon Bon Jovi’s tour bus at the local 7-Eleven.
Lawrence King | Short Stories
An ancient artifact found in PompeiiA traveling Italian art exhibitionA centuries-old conspiracyWhen physics professor Dr. "Mac" Mackenzie goes on spring break with his fiancé, Brian, he finds a mysterious talisman among the ruins of modern-day Pompeii. The coincidences keep piling up until Mac realizes he's starting to unravel a mystery beyond conventional time and space.Are Mac and his friends, ready for what the talisman may represent? In this story spanning 2000 years and most of the globe, spring break may not be restful and low-key as Mac had planned.And why does the Talisman have such a strong pull on Mac?
Tarisa Marie | Sci-fi Fantasy
From best-selling author “Tarisa Marie” comes Bryxx, the first book in her new Crimson Forest series. A small town in Montana hides a tragic supernatural secret. Over the span of centuries, many lives have been lost, many people have gone missing, and many others have lost their minds in the blink of an eye, all without explanation. When May returns to the farm she lived on until age 15, she quickly learns that the unfortunate events of her family’s past are not as coincidental as she always thought, her hometown is plagued with deadly immortal beings, and now she too is about to fall victim of the dangerous supernatural world, just as her ancestors.
C. Gockel | Romance
Magic is real, and Marcia's life is a fairy tale. Unfortunately, she's the wicked stepmother. Struggling to raise three teenagers in a world of magic and monsters, when she meets a Night Elf who appears half her age, love is the last thing on her mind ... but sometimes it's the wicked stepmother who deserves a happily ever after. A magical short story with a Happily Ever After. Approximately 12,000 words.
Ishan Khire | Humor
This is a funny book about my journey through life in school and outside it. Complete with the horrors of life without internet, teacher trouble, observations about the weird world, and a trip to the future where robots rule. Sure to crack up kids and adults alike.
Michael Dean Haller | Religious
We are in the last days and Jesus Christ is even at the door. 2Pe 3:8 But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day. There is an ancient Epistle of Barnabas that was written at about the same time as the Books of the New Testament. The writer of Barnabas lays out God’s broad framework for the original fall of Adam and Eve, and the timeline for the final redemption of mankind.Barnabas 15:4
Cody Knox | Sci-fi Fantasy
When most people say they want to 'get away from it all', they mean they want to go to a tropical island, or hike up into the woods. But let's say that isn't enough for you. You want to get as far as possible from this place we call 'The Earth'. This is exactly what 35 people decided that they would do, when they heard of The Catharsis. A luxury cruise to the moon, delivered via spaceship. But these things seldom go to plan, and the past has a way of catching up. This is a tale about people from all different walks of life. They will all be there, aboard The Catharsis. Learn about everything they have experienced, and all that they will experience.
Peter Williams | Sci-fi Fantasy
Millenia ago Christianity rose and the Celtic gods fell, but now they have found a way to enslave humanity once more. Only one man stands in their way, and if he fails the human race will be forced to their knees, never to rise again. A darkly comedic novel set in the world of Celtic folklore against the backdrop of modern Scotland. Taking and fresh and twisted look at mythology just as rich and varied as the better-known ones, such as those of the Greeks, Norse and Romans.