Friday, June 1, 2012

Breaking News: "Duty: A Retelling of Waterloo" is currently free on Amazon


Just found out that Duty: A Retelling of Waterloo by Michael Seeley is free on Amazon in the USA and UK.  For those who never heard of it, here is the description from Amazon:

Wellington is crushed. Napoleon is back. Ireland waits. 
A redirected order changes the course of the Waterloo campaign and all of time in this novel of alternate history. Caught in the madness is Captain Aiden Rowe, an Irishman and patriot who fled his homeland after the murder of his parents. Now, with France's enemies retreating, and Napoleon rising again, Rowe will return home. 
But he won't be going to Ireland alone. Along with a boon companion, Killian O'Meara, and cutthroat spy James Blackbrook, Rowe will bring the armies of France and the cries of freedom to a fiery island waiting for revolution. 
As Napoleon crushes his enemies on the Continent, Ireland starts her own revolt. Through it all, Rowe and O'Meara struggle to keep their humanity in the carnage that arises after Waterloo is won. 
DUTY is 85,000 words long and specifically formatted for Kindle with an active table of contents.
Hurry up and get it before you have to pay for it again!

7 comments:

  1. Saw it was the kindle version and waz disappointed. Then I remembered I have an android device and downloaded the app. Thanks for the heads up

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    1. You're welcome. For these self-published works, the free Kindle app is great.

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  2. Thanks for the heads up. Unless someone else plans to I'd do a review in two weeks.

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    1. I have 3 review copies to go over, so go ahead Seb. I look forward to reading your review.

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  3. Wow! Thanks folks for your interest - I hadn't seen this blog before. I'm honored to be included. If anyone wants to offer an honest review, I'd be happy to supply an ebook copy. Shoot me an email at mi_seeley@hotmail.com.

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  4. Glad you were able to find Weekly Update. BTW, how did you find us?

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  5. Well actually, I needed the cover image from Duty, so I just did a quick Google search, clicked on your link and was very pleasantly surprised! Looks like a great site =)

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