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August 8, 2011

On Books: Indie eBooks Worth Reading (II)

Filed under: Book Review,Indies Worth Reading,On Books — Rich Adin @ 4:00 am

In On Books: Indie eBooks Worth Reading (I), I described my rating system. Please go to that article if you want to review my system.

The following ebooks are good reads, even though they are neither memorable nor worthy of a detailed written review. I recommend them just for enjoyment. These books fall into the ratings range of either 3 to 4 stars or 4 to 5 stars, but not quite reaching 5 stars. Needless to say, if you didn’t read any of the books in the 3- to 4-star category, you wouldn’t be missing much. However, the ones in the 4- to 5-star category are worth looking for.

4 to 5 stars

  • Book ‘Em: An Eamonn Shute Mystery by Tony McFadden
  • Fifth Avenue by Christopher Smith
  • The Miracle Inspector by Helen Smith
  • Mrs. Quigley’s Kidnapping by Jean Sheldon
  • Primal Wound by Ruth Francisco

3 to 4 stars

  • The Iron Admiral Conspiracy by Greta van der Rol
  • Once on a Cold and Grey September by B. Gerard O’Brien
  • The Lost Fleet series of 7 books by Jack Campbell
  • Londongrad by Reggie Nadelson
  • The Meteoric Rise of Simon Burchwood by Scott Semegran
  • Demon Lord by T.C. Southwell
  • Soft Apocalypse by Will McIntosh
  • The Coppersmith by Michael Scott
  • False Dawn by Paul Levine
  • Armlet by Ross Richdale
  • Fortress on the Sun by Paul Cook
  • Soul Identity by Dennis Batchelder
  • Amersterdam 2012 by Ruth Francisco
  • Bethel Merriday by Sinclair Lewis

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