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Free (Multiple Formats-DRM free) Phoenix Pick Free eBook of the Month [SF]

The Phoenix Pick Free eBook of the Month (for August) is:

Pallas by L. Neil Smith

Here's the Link: http://www.PPickings.com --> Scroll down to L. Neil Smith's author section, Click on [FREE EBOOK of the Month (click here)] under the cover for Pallas and enter the code 9991494 when prompted. It's free without DRM in multiple formats.

--Once you put the Code in to get the Free eBook there is also an offer for CERES (Book II of the Ngu Family Saga-Prometheus Award Finalist) for $3.99 (Reg. $9.99).

--L. Neil Smith's Prometheus Award Winning novel Pallas is the first book in the Ngu Family Saga

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Pallas (Book I of the Ngu Family Saga)

Prometheus Award Winner

Ex-U.S.-Senator Gibson Altman rules the prison colony where everyone is expected to live by rules that govern every aspect of their lives.

The inhabitants of the experimental colony survive in a society plagued by crime, corruption and despair, toiling endlessly at tasks they are appointed to. Altman lives a life of luxury, ruling the lives of the souls trapped within his experiment and brooking no opposition to mandate.

However, Pallas, the terraformed asteroid, is also home to Curringer, a society in stark contrast to Altman's prison. It is a community where individual freedoms are championed and men and women are free to live as they please.

Emerson Ngu escapes from Altman's prison colony and becomes a hero of Curringer. Altman is driven by a deep hatred of Emerson and his triumph and will do anything to get his revenge on him. But in the process will he also destroy his own daughter and even the world of Pallas?


--Link to ATDrake's Post and Info. for the Phoenix Pick from last month:

http://www.mobileread.com/forums/sho...d.php?t=183516
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