11 Sites From Where You Can Download Free eBooks

  • AUTHOR: isbah
  • POSTED ON: March 27, 2020

Now is the time to catch up on all your reading so make sure you do your best to follow your hobby. A lot of us get busy during office or college schedules and forget what it is like to spend hours in a different world but now is the time to revive the experience. The good news is that there are lots of ebook platforms that can help you download unlimited books. So here you go.

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1.Google eBook Store

There’s a section on Google’s eBookstore that has thousands of books available for free. A lot of different genres are included so whether you have a taste for classics or thrillers, you can always browse through and find your read of the day.

2. Project Gutenberg

This site has more than 45000 free books and it was a volunteer program started to promote reading. You do not even need a registration fee so download books now on ePub, Kindle, HTML or even simple text formats.

3. Open Library

This place is an open online project of the Internet Archive, offering over one million free books. You can also contribute to the ratings and search easily by entering the name of the book, author or your favourite genre.

4. Internet Archive

If you want access to amazing historical and free academic books, you can check out this website that operates without any profit. This site contains papers and textbooks in different languages and formats so it can save a lot of money.

5. BookBoon

Do you need some knowledge about business or academics? If yes, then BookBoon is the right place for you. It has more than 1000 free ebooks and you do not have to sign up for downloading.

6. ManyBooks.net

From bestsellers to famous authors you can find any sort of book here. This site offers more than 29000 free ebooks and you can download it for your e-readers like Kindle and iPads.

7. Free eBooks

You can go through all the ratings and reviews of each book before selecting from a wide range of romance and drama. This site has a huge variety so you just have to sign up and get lost in the world of reading.

8. LibriVox

Sometimes you are too tired to read books on your own so this site presents tonnes of free audiobooks including classics and texts that are no longer printed.

9. PDF Books World

Now you can access a PDF version of all the classics that you read as a kid, thanks to the public domain. From Shakespearean plays to Keats’ poetry, you can find anything here so just download whenever you feel like going back to the 17th century.

10. Feedbooks

This is similar to PDF Books World but you have to sign up for an account to gain access to multiple free ebooks. So that’s the only effort you need to make and it costs no money. So when you are on Facebook, head to the public domain tab and select your favourite book.

11. International Digital Children’s Library

If you feel that your kids are not yet ready for classics, then head to this site to find books reserved exclusively for children. Multiple translations of books are also available so hook your young ones to reading by downloading award-winning reads from this site.

Make use of this quarantine time and get into reading now!

Updated March 27, 2020
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