14 Awesome Sites To Download Free Ebooks & PDFs



Nothing in life is free, right? Well, actually with ebooks and PDFs there are a lot of websites offering them for nothing, whether it's for a Kindle, iPad, nook, XOOM or any of the other ebook readers and tablets out there. Here's a rundown of awesome sites—and we say "awesome" because they're filled with freebies—that you should check out.


Amazon's Free Ebooks Collection—Looking for a great listing of the most popular free Ebooks? Look no further than this mega-list of the Top 100 freebies available directly to your Kindle. The free offers include everything from Romance to How-To Ebooks.



Open Library—The world's classic literature at your fingertips. Over 1,000,000 free ebook titles available. While the home page looks like it's filled with ancient texts, try out the search function and you'll be surprised at the newer ebooks you can find.



FilesTube—OK, we're not exactly sure how "legal" this site is, but if you're looking for a free ebook...or free anything for that matter, you're probably going to find it here.




Barnes & Noble—The creators of the nook ebook reader have a spot on their ebook store called Free nookbooks (love the title, btw!). You do have to sign in to access the books, but they have a nice selection of newer titles, ranging from romance to health to science fiction. The navigation is easy and the site looks great.



FreeBookSpot—Sure, the site looks like a librarian designed it, but it works. You can search and download free books in categories like scientific, engineering, programming, and fiction, among others. No registration is required to download free e-books. (EDITOR'S NOTE: IT HAS COME TO OUR ATTENTION THIS SITE MAY HAVE BEEN HACKED. ENTER AT YOUR OWN RISK.)



Android Market—For you Android lovers who like the classics, we've got the perfect site for you. Enjoy the collection of 470 ebooks for free. The site does require you to "Sign In."





Free-Ebooks—An online source for free ebook downloads, ebook resources and ebook authors. Besides free ebooks, you also download free magazines or submit your own ebook. We tried the search function and weren't really impressed. Instead, try clicking on the categories or headings and browsing.



Google ebookstore—This Google mega ebookstore is loaded with books, most of them aren't free. However, there are a lot that are. Scroll down and look at the Best of the Free section.



ManyBooks—This site provides free ebooks for your PDA, iPod or eBook Reader. You can randomly browse for an ebook through the most popular titles, recommendations or recent reader reviews. The site claims nearly 22,000 eBooks available for free. However, most are classics, obscure and extremely obscure reads.



GetFreeEbooks—The site says: "A free ebooks site where you can download free books totally free.:" Yeah, we get it, it's free. All the ebooks within the site are legal downloadable free ebooks. The downside is that it's not easily navigated. But hey, they have almost 25,000 Facebook "Likes," so they must be doing something right.



Sony's Ebook Store—This is the free and bargain-priced section. But to be honest, we couldn't find anything "free" here, although it's filled with sub-$5 books. We're including it because we expect some "free" ebooks will show up soon, and they do have lots of good deals on ebooks.



PDFGeni—PDFGeni is a dedicated pdf search engine for PDF ebooks, manual, catalogs, sheets, forms and documents. In fact, this thing is almost too loaded with stuff. Just type in what you're looking for and it brings up tons of results. It can take some searching through the results to find stuff, but it's also nice to stumble across some things more interesting than what you were looking for.



Scribd.com—Millions of documents and books at your fingertips, so claims the site. Read, print, download, and send them to your mobile devices instantly. Or upload your PDF, Word, and PowerPoint docs to share them with the world's largest community of readers. We like it.



Project Gutenberg—You can download over 33,000 free ebooks to read on your PC, iPad, Kindle, Sony Reader, iPhone, Android or other portable device. We recommend you click on their Top 100 ebooks and see what's available. And yes, the second most popular books is a Kama Sutra book. Hmmm...











By EBook Reader Buzz Staff with 10 comments

10 comments:

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It links to ebooks in a variety of subjects. All are legal downloads.

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For English Fiction / Fantasy / Thriller / Classics:
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For Comics / Magic Tricks / Fun With Excel / Books on Occult:
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Another free ebooks library: http://www.digilibraries.com
Over 20’000 eBooks...

Great list! Thanks! My favorite e-books website is all you can books . From this site you can download as many books as you want for a small fee monthly. Moreover the first month you can download e-books and audio books for free.

thanks for this greatlist, but you should also list free PLR and MRR ebooks sites like http://www.myfree-ebooks.org/, they have thousands of free MRR and PLR ebooks

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