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Where to find free books to read? Where to find free ebooks to read? This is a collection of sources, if you are don't have free books to read on your smartphone, then please read, there is no reason we all cannot become an expert in an field of study.
“Passing knowledge from generation to generation is one of the unique things that make humans special.” -- Bill Gates
These eBooks are all free, so you can download as many as you want.
Gutenberg: Project Gutenberg was the first to supply free ebooks, and today they have almost 30,000 free titles in stock.
Free-eBooks.net: Besides browsing topics such as biography, fan fiction, games, history, or tutorials, you can submit your own ebook, too.
ManyBooks.net: You can conduct an advanced search, type in a title or author, browse categories or select books by language, from Finnish to Bulgarian to Catalan to Swedish.
DailyLit: Get free downloads sent to your email by RSS feed.
iBiblio: Find archives, ebooks, tutorials, language books, and more from iBiblio.
Authorama: This public domain book site has a wide variety of ebooks for free, by Lewis Carroll, Emerson, Kafka, and more.
Bartleby: While Bartleby charges for some titles, it has a free ebook store here.
bibliomania: You will find over 2,000 classic texts from bibliomania, plus study guides, reference material and more.
Baen Free Library: You can download ebooks for HTML, RTF, Microsoft Reader and for Palm, Psion, and Window CE.
eReader.com: eReader.com has many classic lit selections for free.