Free ebooks from E-Books Directory

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If you love computers (and you probably do if you're viewing this), and you love to read, then e-books were created for you. You generally get all the content of a printed book, but with the convenience of electronic data—compact, easy-to-transport, no dead trees. It's not always to easy to find e-books, and when you do, you may have to pay a pretty penny for the privilege (are you listening, Amazon?). It would be nice to find a free alternative.

E-Books Directory includes a library of over 1500 volumes, all available for free. They run the range from previously published public domain works, to technical papers and documents, to user-contributed content. And did we mention it's free?

E-Books Directory supports a number of different formats. Depending on the items you're interested in, you may be able to read your selections online using your web browser; some may be available in PDF format so you'll need a copy of Adobe Reader (or another tool that can open those files); others may be available in DOC or RTF format, which means you'll need a word processor to check them out.

E-Books Directory is a free online service.

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5 Responses to “Free ebooks from E-Books Directory”

  1. Henry says:

    Nice to have, but only minimally useful.

    Given the existence of many millions of books out of copyright, 1500 online is hardly impressive!

  2. Sunshine Kid says:

    More better is http://www.gutenberg.org/wiki/Main_Page, and it has been around for many years, and still growing.

  3. Thomas says:

    Henry, Remember not to look a gift horse in the mouth – – —

  4. vikrant says:

    its only link.
    & way of advertisment to selling books.

  5. Franck says:

    Good evening,
    I don’t understand why people are putting down this E-books website.
    Sure, not so much as Gutenberg.
    … But I am sorry, this website has very new texts and in many fields.
    …Even 2008 documents…
    I am not sure that all the comments are from people who surfed on it…
    Anyway, thanks to the squirrels 🙂
    This link is a “must” for me.