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message 1: by paula (new)

paula (paulagpavao) | 1 comments Check Amazon for free ebooks! I found tons of it a while back.


message 2: by ALICIA (new)

ALICIA MOGOLLON (piamedea-sojourner-bliss) | 5 comments I think books that are only free via a kindle unlimited subscription are not actually free because the subscription is not free. Although I suppose one could say they're free during the free trial. Anyway I have a load of free PDF copies of various books that I'd be happy to share with anyone. Too many to list but I'm working on getting them listed on a google doc. Send me a message if you're interested in being kept up to date on that.


message 3: by Jackie D (new)

Jackie D (moonwort) | 1 comments While it’s not a solution for keeping free books, I use the Libby app to get books for free on my Kindle through my library and then return them when finished.

Kindle Unlimited and Prime Reading are not actually free, but I have used those too. Otherwise, I dig deep through Google until I can find those free (or very cheap) PDFs. I downloaded the entire series via PDFs of A Series of Unfortunate Events for free by doing that.


message 4: by Jamie (new)

Jamie | 1 comments There's a lot of public domain books that are available --http://www.gutenberg.org/

Here's a more comprehensive list of other sources, but the Gutenberg Project is probably the most well know. https://ebookfriendly.com/free-public...

And of course, Librivox has volunteers read public domain books through https://librivox.org/

Hopefully, this helps your literary journey!


message 5: by Manish (new)

Manish Narayan (im_manish) | 4 comments Use
Library Genesis
One Stop Solution


message 6: by Peter (new)

Peter | 66 comments Jamie wrote: "There's a lot of public domain books that are available --http://www.gutenberg.org/

Here's a more comprehensive list of other sources, but the Gutenberg Project is probably the most well know. htt..."


I love these, Jamie! I didn't know they existed.

Thank you!


message 7: by Shaaheen (new)

Shaaheen Shahi | 1 comments Check the following link
I am sure you’ll get amazingly shocked !
You will see tons of books which you need to pay for if you want to have them. But in that website you can even find “NY best sellers” even for the June.2020,
“Man Booker Prize” list or “Amazon” or “Hugo prize” list
I found it by chance but I am not sure if they are legally doing this. It’s about 6 month that I have found this link and it is still working. But still I am in doubt if it is a legal website to download free ebooks from. because they even have the most recent published books of nearly all authors and best sellers all up to date!
www.ebookbb.com


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