Intellectual Terrorists and Social Climbers: Discounted Literary Fiction eBooks

When Told Out Loud on Kindle

When Told Out Loud ($0.99) by Jarosław Świącik: Poetry debut by Jarosław Świącik, which focuses on whispers of love and what could have been had they been felt or spoken out loud. This book centers around emotion in an effort to capture the intangible moments between people, and what was perhaps lost in translation along the way.

This deal is good on February 12, 2022

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Heretic on Kindle

Heretic ($0.99) by Michael Manto: Heretic portrays an Orwellian world in which believing the wrong things will get you arrested and sent to re-education camps. It follows the story of Jack who grew up believing his father, a famous scientist, had died – until the day he learns his father is still alive and in hiding, branded a criminal for intellectual dissent.

This deal is good on February 12, 2022

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Hugh: A Hero Without A Novel on Kindle

Hugh: A Hero Without A Novel ($1.99) by David Lawrence: Coming April 26th from Tantor Audio, ‘Hugh’ is a sparkling, humorous, and poetical coming-of-age 242 years in the making. “‘Hugh’ has the flavor of a queer Tom Jones or a queerer Tristram Shandy. This is a genuinely impressive accomplishment, as is the satirical tone, and the archness of dialogue.” – Alexis Hall, author of Boyfriend Material.

This deal is good on February 12, 2022

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The Last Seat on the Hindenburg on Kindle

The Last Seat on the Hindenburg ($0.99) by Charley Brindley: A misdialed phone number brings Donovan to Sandia’s front door. He thought he was to teach Braille while she thought he was a disability attorney. When Donovan learns of Sandia’s and her grandfather’s dreadful circumstances, the Braille lesson is forgotten as tried to help Sandia solve the several dilemmas that threaten to overwhelm her.

This deal is good on February 12, 2022

Kindle

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