9 Best Websites For Free eBooks
College can be expensive and most school going youngsters dont have a steady income job. Saving money is every students priority and we are sure that it is yours too. For those of us who do not have millionaire daddies, here are a few websites you can get free books from.
1. Project Gutenberg
Hailed as one of the best outcomes of the internet, this project aims to digitize every book whose copyright has expired. You will find almost every classic and well-loved book on this one website. It has over 54,000 free eBooks. Plus, you have the option to download free epub books, free kindle books, download them or read them online. You may also volunteer to digitize and proof read and become part of this cool project. The books are free, but you may donate to the project.
OpenCulture as a website provides an impressive collection of thought stimulating material available online. Fortunately, it also features a page with 800 free eBooks, and over 900 free audio books. These include great authors such as Jane Austen, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Neil Gaiman, Tolstoy, Dostoevsky, Shakespeare, Ernest Hemingway, Virginia Woolf & James Joyce. Conveniently listed alphabetically by author name, this collection promises wisdom that doesnt break your bank.
ManyBooks offers 33,000 options over a wide array of categories. You may also search by genre to discover new favourites. Additionally, there are more than 29,000 eBooks available for Kindle, Nook, iPad and most other eReaders. This website has a newsletter as well, and also features discounted deals.
This websites mission is to provide the same information and content that one can receive at any large public library, and to provide it through the world wide web. While indispensable for research purposes, Bookyards is also a wonderful place to browse for fiction. Its strength, however, is definitely its highly informative titles such as those under law and legal, science and technology, politics and government, etc. One can learn a lot just from this one website!
SnipFiles offers you free eBooks and softwares legally by brought or attained PLR, resale or master rights to all the products on their page. Its a handy website for students.
Kobo is a Canadian company that provides eBooks for most readers, and sells its own tablets and e-readers as well. Its free eBook link provides new titles almost every day. It is a fantastic way to explore new authors without putting your money on the line. The individual book ratings also help in this regard. You do, however, need to register which can be done in one click for free.
Searching for textbooks can be a pain. This website provides free online computer science, engineering and programming books, textbooks and lecture notes, all of which are legally and freely available over the Internet. Every tech student must bookmark this site.
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When all else fails, sci-hub will rescue you. Principally against barriers to educational material, it is the first website in the world to provide mass & public access to research papers .It is a global science and technology publisher and provides free access to research articles and latest research information. Its multiple hosts ensure that when one gets blocked, many others can keep the highway to information wide open.
If you cant find it here, then you probably cannot find it anywhere on the internet. Previously known as Bookzz, this domain is the haven for all free eBooks. With 2.5 million books, and 52.5 million articles, b-ok has the potential to satisfy all your textbook needs, and then some more.
By: Sumbul Syed
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