A Big List of 375 Free eBooks for Your iPad, Kindle, Nook and Other Devices

Last week, Ama­zon announced that it would start ship­ping a promis­ing, new ebook read­er in ear­ly Octo­ber — the Kin­dle Paper­white. The Paper­white looks much like the old school, e‑ink Kin­dle that you know and maybe love. But this new mod­el has a touch­screen and bet­ter con­trast­ing fonts. Plus … drum roll … it sports a built-in light that even­ly illu­mi­nates the screen, as you can see here. If Ama­zon can deliv­er on these promis­es, the new Kin­dle should be a pret­ty excel­lent deal, espe­cial­ly see­ing that the cheap­est mod­el is priced at $119.

If you’re ready to splurge for an ebook read­er, then we’re ready to do our part — to hook you up with Free eBooks. If you vis­it our col­lec­tion, 600 Free eBooks for iPad, Kin­dle & Oth­er Devicesyou’ll find 600 great works. The list includes many clas­sic mas­ter­pieces (Tol­stoy’s War & Peace, Jane Austen’s Pride & Prej­u­dice, and Kafka’s The Meta­mor­pho­sis), but also more mod­ern works by such authors as Isaac Asi­mov, Philip K. Dick, Kurt Von­negut, and even Neil Gaiman.

If you’re an iPad/iPhone user, the down­load process is super easy. Just click the “iPad/iPhone” links and you’re good to go. Kin­dle and Nook users will gen­er­al­ly want to click the “Kin­dle + Oth­er For­mats links” to down­load ebook files, but we’d sug­gest watch­ing these instruc­tion­al videos (Kin­dleNook) before­hand to take full advan­tage of the col­lec­tion. And, if down­load­ing files seems like a bur­den, fear not. We often give you the abil­i­ty to sim­ply read texts online. Find our full col­lec­tion here: 600 Free eBooks for iPad, Kin­dle & Oth­er Devices

PS When you return, you can always find this col­lec­tion along the top nav­i­ga­tion bar — where it says eBooks.

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