This is a list of Ebooks I’ve found from various sites on the Web. You’ll find Amazon, Monergism and several others below. Most are free. Just click on the underlined links to travel to the book or the site with listings. Some sites offer various formats. Kindle uses .MOBI format, .AZW or one that says Kindle Compatible. If you don’t have the Kindle App, select the version for the device you are using on Kindle’s Free Reading App Page. Note: I’ll try to keep this updated, but some listed items may be for limited times only.
Note about Amazon: To search through their vast library of free books, shop in Kindle Store for the author or title or genre you want then sort by price, lowest to highest. You will find a lot of bizarre items, even when being specific about your search, but there are treasures in there. Also, some books may sound good but are not well formatted, which ends up frustrating. Look for “enhanced” versions (usually cost a buck or two) and for multiple free versions so you can try out the one you like. Here is Amazon’s own page on different sites offering a massive feast for your brains: Amazon Free Book Collections.
Here is the Just type in your search terms and you’ll get results. Select “Free Only” so you see the free books they offer. Here’s an example of what that looks like: Free John Murray Books
One place you can go (there you’ll need the converter tool found below) is Free eBooks. They have a great collection of .PDF documents. Something for everyone.
Another is eBooks@Adelaide. They have .mobi format versions.
And another new one: Free Kindle Books
ALSO: Here’s a tool you’ll love. If you can’t use the .mobi format or other ebook files, you can always convert them. Also, if you have a file that you’d like to make into a Kindle .Mobi or other format, you can upload and convert it too! Here are the instructions:
1. Go to this site: convertfiles
AND ALSO (have ‘em both open at the same time)
2. Go to (for example) Monergism:
3. Right click the kindle.mobi link for the book you want and copy shortcut.
4. On the Convertfiles site, in the green box, there’s a “download it from” field. Paste your copied shortcut into that field. Or you can upload files from your own computer.
5. On the right of the green box, there’s an output format pulldown. Select .pdf and hit convert.
This will work for almost any file type you want to use. You can make a .pdf of your own documents or whatever you find.
Hot NEW stuff:
If you don’t have this one, go get it: The Holy Bible, English Standard Version [Kindle Edition] Yes, it’s free too.
And if you have an iPhone or iPad, you’ll like this one:App Store – ESV Bible
From Monergism (If you don’t know about Monergism, this is a good time to discover the awesomeness that can be found all over the site. LOOK.) Another way to get in on the good deals from Monergism is to create an account and get their emails which get you in on huge discounts and occasional free e-books that don’t make the official list.
Religion (just one section, there’s more)
From Online Library of Liberty (note: these may not stay free forever)
From Bring the Books website: (This page is dedicated to finding and connecting you to decent books – not all stay free. There are other resources at this site as well. Take a look.)
On Grace and Free Will ($0.99)