5 Easy (and legal) ways to get read books for FREE.

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1) Project Gutenberg ( @gutenberg_org)

This site was founded by Michael Hart, the man who literally invented ebooks in 1971.

On the site, you can download 60,000+ free ebooks and can choose your favorite format (Kindle, epub, html, etc.). http://www.gutenberg.org/ 
2) Open Library ( @openlibrary)

A non-profit organization that has over 2 million free ebooks available.

They also have 15,000+ ebook textbooks that students can browse.

4) Libby ( @LibbyApp)

A free app that lets you read ebooks and audiobooks from your local public library for free.

You can also visit your local library and borrow out print books for free. https://www.overdrive.com/apps/libby/ 
5) LibriVox ( @librivox)

A database with 15,000+ free audiobooks.

LibriVox audiobooks are free for anyone to listen to, on their computers, iPhones, or other mobile devices.

Bonus: 3 Semi-free ways to read books

1) Scribd

The Netflix of the book world, Scribd gives readers access to unlimited ebooks and audiobooks for $9.99 a month, but you can sign up for a 30-day free trial.

2) Kindle Unlimited

Kindle Unlimited provides access to over a million Kindle titles.

You can also sign up for a free 30-day trial, cancel it so you don't get charged, and continue to read until your trial expires.

3) Audible

You can get a free 30-day trial of Audible, download two audiobooks, cancel your membership, and still keep access to them even after your free trial ends.

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