I’ve read a couple of these and they’re decent, but they fall outside my normal reading. The price is right though.
Monster Hunter International – Larry Correia – Very much a tough guy book; lots and lots of battles. The gore isn’t really upsetting because it’s all pretty impossible and over the top. Excellent plot nearly obscured by being too long and too battle-filled with “must one-up” each battle.
The Keepers by Donna Augustine This one is quite excellent in many aspects, but the plot is nearly obscured by the immaturity of both protags when it comes to dealing with one another (which may be realistic but makes them unlikeable at times). The character growth is uneven and often over explained. The mystery is a bit rushed towards the end, but makes sense in the scheme of things. The cover is a bit obnoxious; just ignore the “in your face” aspect.
Three Parts Dead by Max Gladstone is half off. This is one of those expensive books that I watch in hopes of a sale. Urban Fantasy.
Dead Man Talking – T.M. Simmons – looks cozy and involves ghosts!!!