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8 Best Free E-Book Resources

Books are great, but sometimes paper ones just cost too much and can be cumbersome to carry around. Luckily, the internet has a solution! Free e-books and audiobooks! The sites below have already saved me tons of money on books for college. Whether you're reading for pleasure or for school, I hope you find these resources helpful! Bartleby This site hosts many ebooks you can read online. As with most of the sources below, this site is especially good for finding Public Domain classics.
Archive.org This site can be a bit of a hassle to navigate so it's not my first choice, but with 8.8 million texts, it's still a great resource.
Adelaide University eBooks While perhaps not the most extensive library, the eBooks on this site are well-formatted and available in several file types or online.
LibriVox A great source for audiobook versions of public domain works, read by volunteer contributors. Listen online or download! This is the first place I go to for audiobooks.

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