The best places to download free e-books (part 1)

As the year rolls on, you may want to spend time to catch up on reading. If you are a digital bookworm, we have good news for you that thanks to the development of the internet, you can get in a good read without spending a dime. The internet is full of free e-book resources for you to download both new reads and old classics from the comfort of your tablet or whatever eReader you like.

Here’s a list of the best places where you can find a wealth of free e-books.

1. Google eBookstore

Google eBookstore has a free section where you can find a ton of free books from various genres. Here you can look for the bestsellers, favorite classics, and much more with books available in several formats. You can also check out ratings and reviews from other readers.

2. Project Gutenberg

Project Gutenberg offers a collection of above 45,000 free e-books. It is a volunteer effort with the aim of creating and sharing e-books online. It  requires no registration or fee and provides books available in ePub, Kindle, HTML, as well as simple text formats.

3. Open Library

Open Library is an open online project of Internet Archive, providing more than one million free e-books. This library allows users to contribute books. You can easily search by the title, subject, and author.

4. Internet Archive

If you are looking for out-of-print books in different languages and formats, check out Internet Archive. This non-profit digital library is filled with historical and academic books.

5. BookBoon

Do you need a particular educational textbook or business book? BookBoon may have what you are searching for. The library offers more than 1,000 free e-books. It is very easy to navigate and the best things of all is that you don’t have to register to download them.