The Oak Leaves Free from Amazon Kindle Store

The Oak Leaves by Maureen Lang is free today from the Amazon Kindle store, and has received a perfect 5 out of 5 stars based on 19 customer reviews.  You can pick up your free copy by clicking here or typing in into your computer’s web browser.

Here is the book’s description from the Amazon website:

Two time periods—Regency England and contemporary Chicago—are woven together when Talie Ingram finds an old journal belonging to her great-great-great grandmother, Cosima Escott. Through Cosima’s entries, Talie learns that her family was once considered cursed with feebleminded offspring, the result of a genetic disorder (Fragile-X) that may have been passed down to Talie and her sister. Unwilling to face the implications their discovery might have on her own life, Talie tucks the journal back into secrecy, until she begins to see signs of developmental delay in her son.

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2 responses to “The Oak Leaves Free from Amazon Kindle Store

  1. I would appreciate a change to your tags from “Religious Fiction” to “Christian Fiction” or “Islamic Fiction” or whatever. It is very clear that you are a Christian and that’s certainly your right however as a non-Christian I find your bias in using this tag – as if all religion was Christian – disrespectful.
    I do enjoy the other aspects of your blog and am extremely grateful for the vast number of free books you’ve recommended. Thank you.

    • Michael Gallagher

      I am sorry you feel that way. Seeing as how there are over 1,001 religions, and I have been fairly non-discriminatory and posted, for example, Christian, Jewish, and Hindu titles all under religious fiction, I can’t have the right-hand side of the blog page even more cluttered than it is.



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