25+ Most Amazing Websites to Download Free eBooks (2019)

25+ Most Amazing Websites to Download Free eBooks (2019)

In this video we will see 20 websites to download
free ebooks. These could be used to simply READ ebooks
for leisure, to learn and to expand our knowledge, OR
We can also use some of the websites given here to get your public domain ebooks that
are sometimes totally FREE to even publish on Kindle. I have obviously not included famous ones
like the Project Gutenberg as many already know about that website. So stay till the end of this video to find
out some new websites along with a bonus website at the end. Meanwhile, don’t forget to subscribe and hit
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miss them. #1 ebooklobby.com ebook lobby dot com has a humble collection
with ebooks categorized into different types such as art, fashion, graphic design, photography,
finance, biographies, computers, entertainment and many others. They also have a section that shows Top 10
ebooks categorized into various sections. #2 bookspics.com This website claims to have 275 thousand +
books available to download. They have a pretty good collection of books,
except that they aren’t categorized for easy identification. #3 planetpublish.com This is a pretty minimalistic website with
a neat collection of classic books such as the Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Jungle Book,
The adventures of Huckleberry Finn, etc, all available in PDF format ready to download. #4 Librivox.org Librivox is a website that offers a free collection
of Public Domain Audiobooks. This will be loved by people who don’t have
time to “read” books but can find time to listen to books through audiobooks. Simply click on their ‘catalog’ and find hundreds
of audio books, ready to be downloaded, which can also be filtered either by Author, Title,
Genre, or Language. A little word of caution here: although these
audio books are claimed to be in the Public domain, they are so in U.S.A. please verify
the copyright status of these works in your own country before downloading, otherwise
you may be violating copyright laws. #5 free-ebooks.net Free ebooks dot net is a website that has
a HUGE collection of books that are available to download in PDF, Kindle format, text or
ePub formats. These downloads are available only after we
register with them, which is FREE ofcourse. Go ahead and check it out in the links given
in the description. #6 freetechbooks.com This site lists free online computer science,
engineering and programming books, textbooks and lecture notes, all of which are legally
and freely available over the Internet. All the books listed in this site are freely
available, as they are hosted on websites that belong to the authors or the publishers. In other words, they don’t host the books
but simply provide links to the books in PDF or HTML format available at the author’s or
the publishers’ websites. #7 freecomputerbooks.com Everything in this website is 100% Free. This includes, books, lecture notes, magazines,
white papers, tutorials and much more. FreeComputerBooks.com consists of a huge collection
of Free online Computer, Programming, Mathematics, Engineering, and Technical Books, which are
well categorized by topics, with 13 top level categories, and over 200 sub-categories. It has both pattern and keywords search engines
for you to find the titles quickly. The key highlights on this website are that
most of the books are links to other ‘LIVE’ websites where the books don’t go out-dated
as they are all maintained as current and latest by their respective owners. The other things is that they even have some
books by OReilly publishers, some Mobile computing books where one can find great books on Android
Development, iOS programming, etc. Go ahead and start learning because your “imagination”
is the only limit here! #8 gitbook.com Now this one is my favorite. GitBook was created mid 2014 with the vision
of creating a modern and simple solution to documentation, digital writing and publishing. Since then, they’ve grown to helping more
than 250,000 people working together into writing 150,000 books served to 20M visitors
every month. To begin, just go to gitbook.com and click
on the ‘Explore’ menu then choose a tag that interests you. For e.g. ‘Web development’ brings up these
results. Let’s say we go ahead and choose the latest
version of “Front-end Developer Handbook 2018” – as you can see these are updated just few
days ago! Let me show you a demo of how and what this
book covers. That’s it. I am already excited to get a taste of this
as soon as this video is over. Go ahead, pause this video and try it out
NOW. #9 Onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu An online repository of books maintained by
a digital library planner and researcher at the University of Pennsylvania, this is a
plain vanilla HTML site but has a great collection of books and is quite organized when we consider
the fact that it’s just maintained by 1 or 2 people! Just go ahead and navigate through the hyperlinks
given on their homepage to browse through the site by titles, subjects, listings and
more. #10 openlibrary.org Open library is just what it says – an open
library, that hosts a huge list of ebooks waiting to be read. It has all the classics, and some contemporary
books. You can use its search fields to search for
books or authors. When ready to read, it has a great book design
format that opens right on the screen where we can start reading right away. #11 Google Play books Next in our list is a little different one. Google Play books. This has the option of either reading on our
Android phones or directly on the web browser. I have provided a link to it in the show notes
that takes you directly to the Top Free section where you can download hundreds and thousands
of ebooks that are mostly short and crisp in their subjects. #12 knowfree.Tradepub.com
As the top destination for the latest research and publications, TradePub.com publishes curated
resources on behalf of the world’s largest and most influential companies. The TradePub.com research library is #1 resource
for professionals to access free research, white papers, reports, case studies, magazines,
and eBooks. Professionals are eligible to sign up for
a free TradePub.com Membership to enjoy unlimited access to the TradePub.com resource library
including On-the-go access to all materials regardless of device or browser with an unlimited
access to the complete TradePub library. #13 Amazon Cheap Reads for Kindle Now, this is not a famous website… wait,
I am just kidding here. Amazon, as you might not expect, has tons
of FREE ebooks to be downloaded. It has a great list of books organized as
per categories when you use this special link available in the show notes below. Want to read free romance novels, or mystery,
thriller and suspense, or just a classic book or a science fiction, it’s all in here. Just go ahead and get your Kindle apps, if
you don’t have a Kindle device or simply read them on your web browser by going to read.amazon.com. #14 feedbooks.com/publicdomain The caption itself promises to provide 1000s
of public domain books at the outset. With categories ranging from short stories,
fantasy, romance, to the harvard classics shelf of fiction – there are two
broad shelves where all these books are kept in – fiction and non-fiction. Ranging from Dante’s Divine comedy, the adventures
of Sherlock holmes, Treasure island, Around the world in 80 days, and much more, you can
find them all in here. #15 Goodreads This is not an ebook download site per se
but it has a curated list of information about books that are in the public domain. Now people who are into re-publishing public
domain books with either an annotation, or illustration, or translation into Amazon’s
KDP will find this TREASURE a HUGE help. This has books categorized into various shelves
with some even tagged as ‘before 1923’, as you can see here on the screen. #16 ebooks.adelaide.edu.au [email protected] This is again a website funded and maintained
by a university, The University of Adelaide in Australia. It has a decent collection of books categorized
into all these subjects. Although the site design is not that intuitive
or great, it does have some neat content and a collection of FREE ebooks worth checking
out. #17 LoyalBooks.com Now, this website is a feast for all readers. And that’s an understatement. It has a GREAT collection of books categorized
into various topics, along with providing ebooks for download in various formats from
kindle mobi, to pdf to audiobook. Thus the options are plenty and no excuse
for us NOT to read. This website seems to be dedicated in making
all free books available to us through this enormous catalog of collections; no wonder
it doesn’t surprise when we see that loyalbooks was known as booksShouldBeFree.com earlier. #18 GRTBooks.com If you are not just a reader of books but
also a collector, this site has many surprises in it. Classics, I mean, age-old scripts are available
in this site such as Upanishads, and other sacred texts that goes back to 200 BC and
earlier. Works of Plato, Hippocrates, Sun-Tzu, Aristotle,
Thiruvalluvar, and The Vedas, Ramayana can all be found in this remarkable HTML-only
website. Go Indulge! #19 Wikisource We all might have heard about Wikipedia, but
there is another similar source for getting free books to read and that’s Wikisource. Captioned as ‘a free library that anyone can
improve’, it’s another free source for people who are looking to publish public domain books
into KDP as almost all the books given here are cited with their publishing year, and
many can be found that are published in the 19th century. #20 Baen Baen Books is now making available a number
of its titles in electronic format, for FREE. They’re calling it the Baen Free Library. Anyone who wishes can read these titles online
– no conditions, no strings attached. Or, if you prefer, you can download the books
in one of several formats. Again, with no conditions or strings attached. URLs to sites which offer the readers for
these format are also listed. Now here’s a bonus website: This page from
getFreeEbooks has a compilation of many topic-wise ebooks for any kind of reader. There are more websites that were worth a
mention, but for which I wasn’t sure of the copyrights involved. Go ahead and check all of them in the show
notes below. As you can see, there is no shortage of websites
that let you download and read books for free. If not already done, make up your mind to
start reading to become better in anything you are doing. Readers are, definitely Leaders. If not for others, this at least, can help
you “lead” a better life. This and more websites are available as a
downloadable PDF File in one single page on the TechLibrary.tv website – that is just
a click away. Simply go ahead and download it NOW! And you can refer to it anytime in the future. Go ahead and let me know your thoughts about this video or if you know of any other website in the comments section below. The first comment to be entered there will get pinned and will stay there forever. Thanks for watching and you take care. I will see you again in my next video.

35 thoughts on “25+ Most Amazing Websites to Download Free eBooks (2019)

  1. Good one… I am a book lover person. I was thinking to buy Kindle Fire HD. I have gone through reviews from this site ebookwebsite.com and now I am excited to download this pdf from the link you hav shared.

  2. Great site, loads of information and easy to follow. The elderly will find this as a blessing, not having to make trips to a library in winter cold, snow and rain. Thank you!

  3. Nice list of free book sites if people are interested in out-of-copyright books. But there are also sites like bookzio.com which list contemporary books (and even bestsellers) when they are on cut-price deals for a day or a few days. Many are free or down to $0.99c — worth checking out for some great bargans!

  4. @pbarun Hi, i need a book urgently like "THE SELF-TALK SOLUTION" by shad Helmstetter. Will you help me out in this regard. I've explored ur all the 25 web lists but got no where to download. A bit of help will be highly appreciable. Thankx

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