The mysterious Gage is a warlock who’s escaped the cruel Ivory Tower, where witches and warlocks rule with an iron fist, and is in hiding in Low Town. Here he plies his trade, hoping to fly under the radar of the vengeful rulers who have vowed to track him down. Low Town is a unique place—a town where elves, faeries, trolls, werewolves and vampires walk among humans, and Gage has an unusual roster of clients and friends.


But when Gage goes one step too far in a desperate attempt to save a woman’s life, he’s suddenly exposed—risking the tentative freedom that his secret life has brought him.


More of Gage’s enchanting adventures await in the next Asylum Tales adventure, Dead Man’s Deal.



Once you’ve mastered the puzzles in this challenging app, you can test your skills with dozens of other great apps from Difference Games here.



Free Fridays Recommends


Each week, we ask our featured author to recommend a book or author that you may want to check out. Since authors are such passionate readers themselves, we thought you might like to find out what they love to read, too! Here’s what Jocelynn recommends:


by Rockport_rocker ‎04-12-2013 11:21 AM - edited ‎04-12-2013 11:25 AM

I usually tell you thank you for the books that I have chosen today but I must add thank you for the many new authors that I have met through your recommendations.Over the last couple of months you listed two who have become among my top 10 favorites


Diane Henders whose is an awesome techno/spy/adventure, and the first of five books so far


LS Sygnet whose Eriksson series brought the the police mystery with personality that I love.  Daddy's Little Killer,, is the first of the completed seven book Eriksson Series. 


Both books are still free.  Thanks a million. l have already read all the books they have out.

by Sparrow1976 on ‎04-12-2013 11:22 AM

this is one of the best free fridays!!!  lots of good stuff to choose from--i think i might have to stop reading one of the other free books i downloaded a while back to start on these ones!


thank you so much to the folks who post the free books.  you make my friday the best day of the week. 

by Rxtech06 on ‎04-12-2013 11:44 AM
I wonder if there is a place (blog) that people can go to and post their opinions about the FF. This would stop the negative reviews that overall hurt the author. If they could complain or even suggest a genre for an upcoming FF, then they would feel in control and maybe cut down on the negativity.
by texicana on ‎04-12-2013 11:49 AM

I am really excited about this week's free book, free app, and the author's suggested book (that is under $5.00!).  Thank you to all who post books too.  If someone is interested and has time, could you do a search on free metaphysical books? 


Once again, thank you B&N, contributors, etc.  I love my "Free Fridays."  Not only is it Friday (and that's always a good thing), but with B&N it's FREE FRIDAY! 


Everybody, have a great day, week, month, year and the rest of your life!


Light and great blessings,



by coinslot330 on ‎04-12-2013 12:21 PM

I don't post often, but I would like to thank Jeremy and all the contributors who have kindly allowed me to add to my Nook library over the past year or so.  

I don't download everything--nor do I have to--but am grateful for the books I acquire enjoy seeing what others are reading and find interesting.

Kudos to you all.  It's the wide variety of material that keeps me--and others--coming back.


by golden1WB on ‎04-12-2013 12:30 PM

I love free Friday's, because I have found so many new great authors, that I don't know if I would have read otherwise.

by sewcrazeee on ‎04-12-2013 12:32 PM

Thank-you, thank-you, thank-you!

by RedReaderKCMO on ‎04-12-2013 01:20 PM

I would also like to thank the many posters who have brought new authors to my attention. I know that I download more of the books than I actually read, but sometimes more is better than less.

by DarlynneV on ‎04-12-2013 01:42 PM

This week's selection sounds great. I look forward to reading it. Thanks, as always.

by butterflly13 ‎04-12-2013 01:45 PM - edited ‎04-12-2013 02:01 PM

My nooks name is the screen name butterflly13, I tend to use that alot :smileyhappy: sorry no list this week with 3 small kids time tends to get away from me and waking up at 4:15am to post is harder some weeks than others.  This books sounds so different cant wait to start on it! Have great weekend and may the sun shine on you where ever you are!





if you follow me on pintrest you can see all of the books I share before the Free Friday post

by tinkerjenn on ‎04-12-2013 01:55 PM

I've never posted before (that I remember LOL), but I would like to thank Jeremy and all the other fine folks who post free books. I've discovered so many great authors I might have otherwise passed on. 


Also, I second the "Thanks for no more romance!" comment :smileyhappy:



by BethAnnCullen on ‎04-12-2013 02:14 PM

Thank You!! :cathappy:

by choirgal04 on ‎04-12-2013 03:34 PM

Well, I've really enjoyed a bumper crop in recent Free Fridays, so I'm more than happy to let all of you "paranormal" fans have a great weekend with these selections.  There are plenty of Fridays in the year, and hopefully we all learned in Kindergarten (with a nod to Robert Fulghum) how to take turns and share! :smileyhappy:


I do have a (just curious) question for anyone who's tried this or another "hidden objects" app:  are they all pretty much like an electronic version of the "I Spy" picture books, or is there any element of a "point & click" interactive adventure story, like the Nancy Drew mysteries for PC that our family enjoys? 

by CindyRitter on ‎04-12-2013 04:31 PM

Some great selections this week! Thanks for taking the time to share them :smileyhappy: Have a glorious weekend!

by BSF on ‎04-12-2013 04:40 PM

Many thanks for all the posts and time you take to do this!!!