Are you looking for free public domain ebooks?
You're in the right place.
It is plenty of sites that gives you a list of internet addresses where you can download your free ebooks. Then you suddenly get stuck on an internet page that displays an advertisement, or in the worst case you get a virus.
Most of the sites that you can find on the net are also illegal because they point to copyrighted material.
I'll list only sites in which you'll find free and uncopyrighted public domain ebooks.
In each site you'll also find all the ebooks in epub or pdf format.
If you want to convert those file into another format check Convert ebooks.
Use those search boxes to search for a book in particular and download it.
In Project Gutemberg's catalog you can find and download over 40000 ebooks for free. The fantastic thing here is that all the books listed in their database are high quality books.
Another site where you can find lots of public domain ebooks is Wikibooks. Created by the same people of Wikipedia it has many and many books created by the community and they are localized in various languages. The quality of the books though isn't so high therefore you need to do some checking first.
Obviously WikiBooks has got informational and technical books so if you want to read fiction books you ought to go elsewhere. Just keep scrolling down.
Archive.org is another site that offers you tons of free domain ebooks and it doesn't only offer non-fiction books but also fiction ebooks are available. All with a very nice formatting and without any typos.
Feedbooks.com is the way to go if you want the localized version of a particular book. Check the section public domain ebooks for the ones that are free and uncopyrighted.
One site that most of the people ignores is Amazon.
Yes I'm not joking, on Amazon you can download many free ebooks! If you follow this link you'll find many ebooks that are free. To achieve the same result just go into the kindle books section choose your favorite category and on the filter that is on the top right portion of the site select price low to high and you'll find those free ebooks.
One of the best services on the net is www.free-ebooks.net. This is the most growing site on free ebooks and I'm going to explain you why.
You can download 5 books per week free of charge but the best news here is that there is plenty of new books because they are added by authors.
If you want to download more than 5 books per week and to download a specific format, such as .mobi (for your Kindle) or .epub for any other eReader and get a "Digital Library" you can buy a V.I.P. Membership for only 7.95$.
If you don't want to convert your own ebooks and risk a bad conversion and if you want a very well organized digital library you won't miss this offer.
Visit Free-Ebooks.net and download some public domain ebooks right now!
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Beowulf - J. Lesslie Hall
A Nordic myth classic. http://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/16328
The Call of the Wild Not rated yet
This is a novel from the American Novelist Jack London. You can read a brief plot on the download site. Download: http://www.feedbooks.com/book/92/the-call-of-the-wil …