eBooks and Downloadable Audiobooks
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Find more information about the eBooks and downloadable audiobooks service at the Georgia Public Library Service website.
Find free eBooks to download at the links below:
Baen Books has about 12 science fiction and fantasy books available for free download.
Barnes & Noble lists free eBooks exclusively for the Barnes & Noble line of Nook products.
Bartleby.com provides free eBooks by classic authors.
Book Lending matches lenders and borrowers of Kindle eBooks.
Bookyards contains free eBooks on a variety of topics, including art, children's books, education, history, travel, and many more.
Digilibraries.com offers a digital source of free eBooks in many different subjects.
Digital Book Index provides links to more than 165,000 full-text digital books from more than 1,800 commercial and non-commercial publishers.
eBooks on EBSCOhost, which is available through GALILEO
Feedbooks.com offers free public domain books, both old enough to have droppped out of copyright and new works by authors hoping to get noticed.
Free E-Books.net contains books on a variety of topics, but specializes in fiction, romance, and health eBooks.
Free Kindle Books from Amazon.com
Free Tech Books provides free eBooks in computer science and engineering fields.
Georgia Public Library Service's website answers many common questions about eBooks and downloadable audiobooks.
Google Books allows you to preview and download millions of books and magazines. Download full titles in PDF or EPUB.
ManyBooks.net is an easy-to-search collection of free eBooks, downloadable in many formats.
Munseys.com has some classics, but mainly seems to specialize in old adventure, science fiction, and detective pulp fiction. Books are available in all e-reader formats.
Open Library, from the Internet Archive, offers eBooks to download in multiple formats, including MOBI/send to Kindle.
Pixel of Ink provides free and bargain-priced eBooks strictly for the Amazon Kindle.
Project Gutenberg is the "the first producer of free electronic books (eBooks)."
Real Time Publishers contains many eBooks for IT professionals.