Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Free and Bargain Kindle Books from David Adams 12/19

We've got some great deals for you today on the Lacuna series by David Adams. In a future where humanity is at war with alien attackers, can Captain Liao and her warship Beijing help save the world? Pick up book 1, Lacuna: Demons of the Void, and Magnet, a short story that takes place in the Lacuna universe, for FREE! Then grab Lacuna: The Sands of Karathi' to continue the adventure! Get them now before the sale ends!

Name: Lacuna: Demons of the Void
Rating: 3.9 stars over 24 reviews
Price: 4.99 FREE
Description: "Never again attempt to develop this kind of technology."

It is with these words that an unknown alien attacker destroys the Earth cities of Tehran, Sydney and Beijing. Fifty million people die... and nothing is ever the same again.

Some call them Demons, some call them Aliens, but to Chinese Naval Captain Melissa Liao they are the enemy. She is given command of one of three great warships built to fight the "demons", the TFR Beijing.

Her task is simple. Find who attacked Earth and why... then stop them.

Get your free copy of Lacuna: Demons of the Void!

Name: Lacuna: The Sands of Karathi'
Rating: 4.7 stars over 6 reviews
Price: 4.99
Description: Drawn to a desert world by the legacy of a traitor, the crew of the TFR Beijing discover something abandoned, something forgotten... something mysterious.

Buddha once said, "An insincere and evil friend is more to be feared than a wild beast...

... for a wild beast may wound your body, but an evil friend will wound your mind."


The scars of betrayal runs deep... and Captain Melissa Liao will find out just how far the slighted will go for revenge.

Book two of the Lacuna series.

Get your copy of Lacuna: The Sands of Karathi now!

Name: Magnet (Lacuna Short Stories)
Rating: 4.3 stars over 9 reviews
Price: 0.99 FREE
Description: It's 2037. I'm Mike Williams, but you can call me 'Magnet'. Everyone else does. It's short for 'Chick Magnet'. Good old-fashioned military humour at its finest. At age fifteen, my face picked a fight with the propeller of my family's boat, on a shoal near Broome, off Western Australia. It was an accident, but, needless to say, the propeller won.

Twelve years later, I was a not-so-ruggedly-handsome fighter pilot assigned to the TFR Sydney. Not the Captain, or flight leader, or anything similarly exciting. Nobody special, just one mostly-unmemorable pilot among the many nameless, faceless masses.

I'm Magnet. This is the beginning of my story.

Get your free copy of Magnet (Lacuna Short Stories)!

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