Boxall's 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die discussion

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message 1: by Michelle (new)

Michelle (bookexaminer) | 2 comments I just discovered bookswapping, free audiobook sites, free quality eBook sites etc! http://www.examiner.com/x-562-Book-Ex...
Trying to find some of the 1001 books can be a real headache at some of the libraries around here and buying every book can get prohibitively expensive fast; bookswapping (or of course, getting it for free!) works for me!


message 2: by Jon (new)

Jon (jonmoss) Great article. I've been a BookMooch members since July and I love it.


message 3: by Judith (new)

Judith (jloucks) | 1203 comments Bookmooch works for me!
S0 does paperbackbookswap.com.


message 4: by Ravenskya (new)

Ravenskya  (ravenskya) I use both bookmooch and paperbackswap. I've tried titletrader and swaptree but didn't have any luck with either of those.


message 5: by Cheriese Vega (new)

Cheriese Vega I love Bookins. That's where I got "1,001 books..."

http://www.bookins.com/index.php?invi...


message 6: by Paula (new)

Paula | 57 comments For some of the older books, I found a lot of 'soft' copies online at http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page

It's free to download pdf versions.


message 7: by Vanda Dien (new)

Vanda Dien | 1 comments thanks for the url, they help!

for online classics i would go with Paula, www.gutenberg.org and you can find loads of well-known fictions here: http://www.truly-free.org/ and for Christian classics you can d/l from CCEL http://www.ccel.org/ for free


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