5 Best Sources to Download Free yet Legal eBooks

Everyone loves Free content, I can bet on it. I think education should be free of cost and books (at least e-books) too, so that everyone can learn without financial hurdles. But I (including you) know it won’t happen.

But there are some known resources from where you can download eBooks free of charges. Today we give to such awesome sources to free download eBooks for your e-book reader and Personal Computer. You can download previous year exam papers for free on your computer, tablet and phone. Here’s the list goes:

1. Google Books:

Google, the search engine giant, has a project named as Google Books where they digitalize a variety of books. Many of these books are available for free and some are priced. You can read full book online from within your browser or your eBook reader, like Amazon Kindle.

2. Project Gutenberg:

At the forefront of free digital books is Project Gutenberg, which was created with the goal of digitizing books in the public domain and other sources, and making them available in a wide variety of digital formats without cost to users. These books are free because their copyright has expired.

Project Gutenberg offers over 36,000 free ebooks to download to your PC, Kindle, Android, iOS or other portable device. Choose between ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats.

3. WikiBooks:

This is a project of Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales, in collaboration with encyclopedia,  to deliver best and free content to world. Like Wikipedia, WikiBooks is dedicated to making textbooks available for free and editable by anyone. At present WikiBooks has 2,415 and increasing number of books that everyone and read and edit.

4. Amazon and Other Booksellers:

Even the big online digital booksellers, such as the aforementioned Amazon Kindle Store and Apple iBookstore, typically have free sections with large volumes of texts available for download in popular formats. You just need to search for them and read online or download them for later reading.

5. Your Own eBook reader:

This is a less known fact, but every eBook reader have free books to read in their bookshelves. Now every new eBook reader like Amazon Kindle, Barnes & Noble Nook and others give you the ability to lend books to friends directly through the device, similar to a good old-fashioned book exchange. Add friends to your devices, and you can begin trading without fees.

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