3. Google EBookstore

Being an Android device owner can have its own perks as you can have access to its Google Play marketplace or the Google eBookstore to be precise from your mobile or tablet. You can go to its “Books” section and select the “Free” option to access free books from the huge collection that features hundreds of classics, contemporary bestsellers and much more. There are tons of genres and formats (ePUB, PDF, etc.) to choose from accompanied with reader reviews and ratings.

4. Amazon Free Kindle Books

For all the Amazon Kindle users, the Amazon features a library with a free section that offers top free books for download. Log into your Amazon account in your Kindle device, select your favorite pick by author, name or genre and download the book which is pretty quick. From science fiction, romance, classics to thrillers there is a lot more to explore on Amazon. The best part is that while you can browse through new books according to your choice, you can also read user reviews before you download a book.

5. Internet Archive

As archive means, you can retrieve books from the Internet Archive that are no longer available elsewhere. This is a not for profit online library that allows you to download free eBooks from its online library. It is basically a search engine for that lets you search from more than 466 billion pages on the internet for the obsolete books for free, especially for historical and academic books.

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