Where do you download your ebooks from?
Where do you download your ebooks from?
It depends of the subject.
You can download a lot of books from Project Gutenberg (http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page) where you can find book listings, book reviews, and author biographies. Take a look at most downloaded books at http://www.gutenberg.org/browse/scores/top.
There is also http://www.free-ebooks.net/.
Can anyone PM me an eBook link of "The Glass Menagerie"?
My friend needs it asap.
If you're looking for some good online versions of H.P. Lovecraft's books, try:
There used to be a great site called Dagon Bytes, full of unabridged stories by most of the important horror writers, but it seems to have disappeard. if anyone has any info please PM me.
There really aren't a lot of sources. sometimes books on tape can be had on peer to peer network. Otherwise, amazon.com
I have a bunch of ebooks.. Let me know the subject your looking for and I'll send them to you thru email. I have over 100 so just give me like a topic that you need. Won't cost you anything.
this gutenberg guys send a free dvd -full of e-books-also.
I use russian site http://www.aldebaran.ru. That's a big library of all genres and almost all writers. But - only on Russian=(
good sites posted here.what type of books are you looking for??? For computer books I like the follow site
has a great selection of nearly every area in computers you could think of
Has anyone tried E-Snips? This site is about file sharing, but I find it a fantastic resource for ebooks as well. I'm yet to be disappointed by it - just imagine, where else can you locate books like Tao of Physics, Feynman's Lectures on Physics, Code Complete, The Mythical Man Month, latest English novels.... you'd be hard pressed to locate some of these even at your local bookstore. Of course I wonder how legal some of the books are...
I use search engine http://www.ebdb.net/ it's in English and Russian .... by it you can find just ebooks
Hey, thanks, I found some great books on those sites! I was wondering where I might find the books I needed, and there they were!
I am an avid ebook reader and I would like to mention one more great website for ebooks, which is www.ebooksyours.com you would find great ebooks on food, travel to exotic places like mauritius,singapore, skin care, health care, yoga, baby care, baby names & gender selection methods, pregnancy issues and fertitlity etc I have buyed some of the great ebooks from www.ebooksyours.com and they are worth to my money.
Hey guys, long time lurker, first time poster here. Just came across The Droid Library recently and thought I'd give it a shot for my Galaxy tab. I signed up, logged into the membership area and was pretty impressed.
You can search for pretty much any eBook, like Harry Potter, the Twilight books, anything. They have a massive range of comic books too, like Superman, Spider-man, X-Men, Manga, Anime, anything. They also have a good range of newspapers, so I get the NY Times on my tab. The format is actually really good and all the downloads are free.
Anyway, I'm not trying to spam this forum or anything. This is an honest review that I thought I would share. I encourage you to try it if you are looking for eBooks and other written media on your Android devices.
See you guys around
i used bookerbug.blogspot.com but long time ago
just search google, should be many.
That's as a fairly disinterested eBooks reader though.
4shared is a good place too .. just type in the title of your book.. I usually find what i'm looking for here.. especially IT books
Freebookspot have lots of them for various categories.
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if you can't find a website for ebooks, just search in the web just like i'm doing, i read someone here says that it depends on the books, it's true. For me, i prefer searching. Try ebook torrent too, but i don't know if it is legal or illegal, i will just not give any website for sure
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_____produced most of his known work between 1589 and 1613.[nb 4] His early plays were mainly comedies and histories, genres he raised to the peak of sophistication and artistry by the end of the 16th century. He then wrote mainly tragedies until about 1608, including Hamlet, King Lear, Othello, and Macbeth, considered some of the finest works in the English language. In his last phase, he wrote tragicomedies, also known as romances, and collaborated with other playwrights.
Many of his plays were published in editions of varying quality and accuracy during his lifetime. In 1623, two of his former theatrical colleagues published the First Folio, a collected edition of his dramatic works that included all but two of the plays now recognised as Shakespeare's.
_____was a respected poet and playwright in his own day, but his reputation did not rise to its present heights until the 19th century. The Romantics, in particular, acclaimed Shakespeare's genius, and the Victorians worshipped _____with a reverence that George Bernard Shaw called "bardolatry". In the 20th century, his work was repeatedly adopted and rediscovered by new movements in scholarship and performance. His plays remain highly popular today and are constantly studied, performed, and reinterpreted in diverse cultural and political contexts throughout the world.
does anyone here use ebook readers. i would like to hear about experience with that piece of hardware.
There's a great eBook site where most are 50% off. I get a bunch of learning material there. not many novels but many good subjects www.resaleparadise.com def worth checking them out [/url]
I started reading, and immediately checked if anyone had said Gutenberg. They had.
I think that's probably the point at which I'm most in favour of ebooks. You can read classic books, legally, for free!
Booksie.com is a good site.
Try http://e-reading.bz and browse the latin letter sections, it's a nice place.
Their are various good eBooks site. You may check Gutenberg Project (www.gutenberg.org). Books24x7 (http://www.books24x7.com/) is also a good site. This site is also accessible through mobile.
Guttenberg site is good, especially for the old classicla ones.
I have heard than Avahome has a lot of books.
This is where I think having a Kinddle comes in handy. It has easy access to the Amazon store, which has a huge collection of ebooks. Even if you aren't looking to pay for your ebooks, they have a huge seleciton of books which are in the public domain that have been donated to the public and can be downbloaded for free. These are mostly books that you can find in the Project Gutenburg library database full of classic books only, but they are good reading material because there's been quite a bit of writing that is available that has been written in the way in the past. Doesn't mean they are bad, still good books to read. In fact, you can probably go through your entire life just reading these publically available books.
I think that the Amazon store is great because it has so many books and a giant selection. There are also lots of free books if you're into that kind of thing too. But since free books are only legal if it's in the public domain, tahese books aren't as big of a selection as the bigger store.
There's a very good site on Tor that's called the Imperial Library of Trantor. It is very vast and has only .epub ebooks. I often use that, but my main ebook resource is Google. I just search for what I want to find, next to the words "pdf", "epub" and/or "mobi" and it does not often fail me.
I see that most have talked about paid methods, but sadly in Venezuela paying with dollars is illegal and very difficult to do (especially if you had not prepared before the now-dictatorship with foreign accounts in dollars), which is also the reason why I'm here. If it weren't for such free services I would simply live the life of a normal disconnected peasant, I think.