Get Yourself A Free Book

Everyone loves free stuff, and what can be better than a good book bargain to take your mind off whatever is on currently on it?

I have been informed by my good friend Estelle – who runs a blog for the books of Indrajit Garai – that The Bridge of Little Jeremy, is currently on a free giveway on Amazon, which you can find at the link here.

I have also read and reviewed Indrajit’s two short story volumes, The Sacrifice,  and The Eye Opener, which I enjoyed immensely. Both of which I can happily recommend to you.

Here’s the blurb for The Bridge of Little Jeremy, check it out and indulge yourself in a story about family, the changing face of Paris, and the meaning of beauty, for absolutely no pennies.

Jeremy’s mother is about to go to prison for their debt to the State. He is trying everything within his means to save her, but his options are running out fast.

Then Jeremy discovers a treasure under Paris.

This discovery may save his mother, but it doesn’t come for free. And he has to ride over several obstacles for his plan to work.

Meanwhile, something else is limiting his time…

19 Replies to “Get Yourself A Free Book”

    1. As far as I am aware, and I am pretty rubbish at technology, you can read it with a Kindle app, which is free, you just need to create an account then change the Kindlesettings to England to be able to download the book, at least that is my understanding of the process.

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  1. I havent read Garai at all. This looks like a good place to start, but Im not an ebook reader. So I guess Ill have to wait until physical copies can be bought.


    1. I’m not either but I do dabble, especially when I’m offered a book. I have a physical copy of The Sacrifice which os my favourite of his works.


  2. This sounds like a good read. Perhaps I’ll hop over and download it. What’s one more book on a Kindle with well over a thousand books on it already.


  3. Up to your usual, spreading light and good cheer! Hello to Crissy and Amelia, and your folks, and Bella, and to your folks abroad and the menagerie when you once again are together.


    1. Keeping positive is my thing, when books are involved. I have been enjoying more varied books this week, reviews to come on those as and when (I have so many) but I just started some Seneca yesterday because that is how I roll!


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