Monday, August 31, 2009

Other free Kindle books with good buyer feedback

A supplement to the Weekend books reminder

Options Trading Body of Knowledge (Introduction & Chapter 1), The Market Overview, by Michael C. Thornsett, author of Getting Started in Options

  "Thomsett is also author of The Investment and Securities Dictionary (McFarland), named by Choice Magazine as an Outstanding Academic Book for 1988."

  Publisher: FT Press August 19, 2009
  Intro and first chapter only - $ 0.00

I liked it better when they offered an entire book for free for one week, but anyone interested in the options market might be interested in a look.

Other free books of possible interest:
The Biography of a Grizzly, by Ernest Thompson
  Some customers loved it as youngsters and even now that they're older

Cleopatra, by H. (Henry) Rider

Poems of Passion, by Ella Wheeler.   Six 5-star reviews.

Sidelights on Relativity, by Albert Einstein
  This 56-page book is from 2 lectures by Einstein, "Ether and the Theory of Relativity" and "Geometry and Experience."  They've been described as "devoid of complicated equations and abstruse terminology."  [Don't believe it. :-) ]

Twilight in Italy, by D. H. (David Herbert) Lawrence

Quo Vadis: a narrative of the time of Nero, by Henryk Sienkiewicz Below are ways to Share this post if you'd like others to see it.
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