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review 2016-10-07 10:42
Vader's little Princess
Vader's Little Princess - Jeffrey Brown

4 Stars, borrow it

 

Cute story of Darth Vader and his daughter Leia who has grown up to be a teenager. Of course there is jokes and references about the movie. Recommend this, but I maybe wouldn’t buy it. It’s a quick easy read but I don’t think I’d want to read it more than once.

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review 2016-10-06 16:35
The Hiccupotamus
The Hiccupotamus - Aaron Aaron Zenz

5 Stars, Buy it. I love the pastel art and colors. I love the rhyming, the story was adorable. The cast bios at the end was very sweet and silly. I sometimes wish children’s books were longer but I suppose there are only so many ways to rhyme Hiccupotamus. Definitely a good read for readers of all ages.

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text 2016-10-05 23:56
59 Free Science Fiction books

Well, click to see the 59 kindle edition books currently available to read for free to U.S. Amazon Prime subscribers with their launch of Prime Reading.  (Yes, most seem to be Amazon's own publishing imprints but selection is supposed to change.)

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text 2016-10-05 23:54
45 Free Fantasy genre books

Well, the 45 kindle edition books currently available to read for free to U.S. Amazon Prime subscribers with their launch of Prime Reading.  (Yes, most seem to be Amazon's own publishing imprints but selection is supposed to change.)

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text 2016-10-05 23:10
Things I may read free via new Amazon Prime Reading …

Okay, so far not exactly seeing the touted "thousands" of books/magazines on offers for the Prime Reading that's free with Amazon prime subscription (UPDATE:  just spotted the browse the catalog link showing current 1,014 works) .  But, I may bite at these.  I expected more from the launch.

 

The Essential Calvin and Hobbes: A Calvin and Hobbes Treasury - Bill Watterson 

 

at https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00FWOKE28 

 

 

at https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M1H4R4N 

 

at https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01LEC6DZ8 

 

Plus more magazines (I know, not really that different from a trial subscription or just  adding a subscription to services like Next Issue, Texture or Magzter program subscription).

 

Most of the books I looked at, like with previous KOLL and Kindle Firsts, seem to be published by one of Amazon's own imprints. At this time, it's so new I don't know much including if any traditional publishers will be allowing their books to be in the program.  This is all just me browsing a few minutes after I just discovered Prime Reading rolled out.  

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