Oppressive Societies and Unrequited Infatuation: Discounted Literary Fiction eBooks

Ponce: What Actually Happened at the Fountain of Youth on Kindle

Ponce: What Actually Happened at the Fountain of Youth ($0.99) by Jim Halverson: In this satirical spin on Ponce de Leon and the Fountain of Youth, relive the Native Americans’ victory over the Spanish conquistadors. Catch a glimpse into the culture and lives of Florida’s native population; how they lived in a land of plenty, how they adopted horses into their lives, and how they outfoxed the mighty Spaniards.

This deal is good on February 25, 2022

Kindle


Fighting for Tara on Kindle

Fighting for Tara ($0.99) by Sunanda J. Chatterjee: A story of two mothers, two daughters, and a fight to save a child. Spunky teenager Hansa escapes from rural India with her baby Tara. A single lie opens doors to opportunity, but Hansa finds herself fighting for Tara’s life once more, this time in an American court, with a woman she calls ‘Mother.’ Can she succeed when no one believes the truth?

This deal is good on February 25, 2022

Kindle


Tobacco Rose on Kindle

Tobacco Rose ($1.99) by Florence Love Karsner: South Georgia 1955. Racial tensions lead to riots in the South. An old black woman named Rosie and a young white girl called Clementine are in danger of losing their lives in a flood. They must work together to save themselves as well as a motherless child and a crippled young man. But how can they do it?

This deal is good on February 25, 2022

Kindle


Masterminders on Kindle

Masterminders ($1.99) by Tara Basi: Resilient as double-gusseted underpants, Terry and Bobby battle through the four seasons of the school year to discover the eternal truths of life, death, friendship, and the simple blessings of tofu-free chips.

This deal is good on February 25, 2022

Kindle

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