Books are amazing and getting an eBook for free is even more amazing. Delving into a world of free digital books will feel better than your best meal on a cool day. The concept of libraries is evolving, all thanks to the internet.
There are free resources on the internet for all types of books, from self-help books and novels to classics and academic books. These places are within your reach and free. All you need is some good internet and your mobile device.
Most easily accessible books are classics, essays and old works of literature. You can, however, get some great books to download online. The common formats are ePUB, HTML, MOBI, PDF, Rich Text Format (RTF) and TXT. You need to be sure which format works for your device.
Gutenberg has great books readily easy to download on the phone or computer for free. You can save the books in ePUB format in your Dropbox or Google Drive. You can also read the book in your browser in HTML format.
LibriVox is great for audiobooks. You can search by title, genre, language or author to find the book to listen to. It has a wide range of audiobooks in the public domain. You can listen in your browser or download the books to your device.
BookBub creates a free account and uses your preferences and reading habits to give you suggestions. The website has great books ready for download and a few on sale for less than a dollar. The site can also filter content based on your type of device once you dictate what device you use.
Digilibraries has lots of classic books from back in the day for free download. Some go as far back as the 1700s. Books from Charles Dickens, Arthur Conan Doyle and Jack London are available.
BookLending matches users that can help you find great books. It’s like a book social networking site. You can borrow or lend a book on the site. It is also possible to find any and every book here because of the wide range of users. You have seven days to accept a loan and 14 days to read the book. The e-book will automatically be returned to the lender afterwards.