I love absolutely love reading! I am a real bookworm. And I continually search for the best ways to get free books online.
You can get all the books you want on the spot without having to leave your house during business hours. Nor do you have to wait for a delivery from a bookstore.
You don’t need to have an e-reader to be able to read online. You can use various devices, including any web browser, various apps, like the Kindle app, and other e-reader devices.
It’s an excellent resource for free ebooks, but it can be hard to find books you might be interested in reading if you don’t know what you are looking for.
A website that allows you to download five free ebooks a month. That is an easy way to download and read free ebooks.
eBooks.net has 400 popular classics available free of charge. Once you add them to your bookshelf- they are yours. No need to return!
Has many free ebooks available for download in various formats. Not all books are free, but they do have a lot of free options to look through.
This is only good for Kindle books. This virtual swap website allows you to lend and borrow books from other members. You can only borrow each book once (and lend each book once), so choose wisely and go quickly if you see something you want.
DigiLibraries is a list of different free eBooks from publishers and authors. Just browse through and get the books you want (up to 50 books a day).
The Reader Cafe is one of the many sites that lists which eBook Amazon currently has for free, but they do have other eBooks from other places as well, so it gets its own mention.
Internet Archive is a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more. You can borrow books for up to two weeks.
Open Culture has a list of 800 free eBooks that are available for download on Kindle, iPad/iPhone, computer, smartphone, or e-reader.