Looking for the next great book to sink your teeth into? Look no further.
As summer rolls on, you may find yourself with free time to catch up on reading. We have good news for you virtual bookworms — you can get in a good read without spending a dime.
Here’s a list of places where you can find a wealth of free (yes, free!) e-books.
In the free section of the Google eBookstore, you’ll find a ton of free books from a variety of genres. Look here for bestsellers, favorite classics and more. Books are available in several formats, and you can also check out ratings and reviews from other users.
With a collection of more than 45,000 free e-books, Project Gutenberg is a volunteer effort to create and share e-books online. No registration or fee is required, and books are available in ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats.
The Open Library has more than 1 million free e-books available. This library catalog is an open online project of Internet Archive, and allows users to contribute books. You can easily search by the title, author and subject.
If you’re looking for out-of-print books in different languages and formats, check out this non-profit digital library. The Internet Archive is a great go-to if you want access to historical and academic books.
Searching for a particular educational textbook or business book? BookBoon may have what you’re looking for. The site offers more than 1,000 e-books, it’s easy to navigate and best of all, you don’t have to register to download them.
With more than 29,000 free e-books at your fingertips, you’re bound to find one that interests you here. You have the option to browse by most popular titles, recent reviews, authors, titles, genres, languages and more. These books are compatible for Kindles, Nooks, iPads and moste-readers.
From romance to mystery to drama, this website is a good source for all sorts of e-books. When you’re making a selection, you can go through reviews and ratings for each book. If you’re looking for a wide variety of books in various categories, check out this site.
Want to listen to books instead? LibriVox is home to thousands of free audiobooks, including classics and out-of-print books.
courtesy : Mashable