Handsdown The Best 10 Websites For Downloading Free Ebooks
Looking for websites for downloading free ebooks? You are in for a read!
Although I love the smell of a new book, visiting our school library used be one of my favorite things growing up. The shiny brown racks and that one ray of sunshine falling upon the books, wow.
But let’s agree it’s not possible to visit a library everyday. I feel libraries are becoming more of meuseums now. So to be practical, these websites are the best and allow us to read whatever book we want without burning a hole in our pockets.
If you are a voracious reader and like a quick read on your phone while being on a subway or having breakfast, these are the sites to look for.
The best websites for downloading free ebooks
1. Google Books
Everyone knows this one. Not a lot of ebooks are free here but you can easily find classics from authors like Charles Dickens and Agatha Christi.
The reviews will allow you to choose which ones are worth a read.
They have a wide variety of categories to choose from ranging from fiction to autobiographies to science and technology. They also have a blog which is updated regularly. So if you have a hankering to read and want to save some money too, try this.
Every bookworm must have heard of this vast digital library with over 60,000 books.
You have the ability to choose among free epub and Kindle eBooks, download them or read them online.
One will find the world’s great literature here, with focus on older works for which U.S. copyright has expired. Thousands of volunteers digitized and diligently proofread the eBooks, for you to enjoy.
Project Gutenberg was the first provider of free electronic books, or eBooks. Michael Hart, founder of Project Gutenberg, invented eBooks in 1971 and his memory continues to inspire the creation of eBooks and related content today.
Literally one of the best websites for downloading free ebooks.
4. Open library
It’s called “Open Library” because it is a collaborative open source initiative, which means that anyone can use and contribute to the Open Library catalog.
In this way, Open Library opens the doors to the places where you can find the book you’re looking for.
Manybooks is a really attractive and vibrant website with a collection of +50,000 ebooks.
They have free and discounted bestsellers and also a really interesting Discuss section where creative questions are asked and engaging topics discussed.
They also have a section of author interviews if you want to know s little about your favorites.
Perfect place to listen to the books.
LibriVox audiobooks are free for anyone to listen to, on their computers, iPods or other mobile device, or to burn onto a CD.
It’s a non-commercial, non-profit and ad-free project powered by volunteers.
Librivox donates its recordings to the public domain and maintains a loose and open structure.
PDF Books World library is a high quality resource for free PDF books, which are digitized version of books that attained the public domain status.
Their mission is to transform the most popular works of legendary authors to modern reading room.
The collection includes pdf books on many subjects for readers of all ages including Fiction, Non-Fiction, Academic and Children’s writings.
They have a section called Public domain for free ebooks. The homepage would show you the premium section with priced books. So head over to the public domain to get access to free ones.
They are also available on Apple store and play store.
The site contains a huge number of readings, classics from literature, and also has a large collection of non-fiction that includes works of political and social history.
They also have a large selection of verse you can read, and also reference books on subjects such as quotations, religion, mythology, anatomy, grammar and more. All these books are available for free to read online.
Last but not the least, the big K. I know many ebooks are priced but a lot of these are free too. The product along with the vast library is a pretty good investment if you are an avid reader.
And if you have prime membership too, you are in for a treat.
What’s your favorite book?