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Free Kindle Books

on 10.14.2010 at 1:18pm
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Right now Kindle is offering tons of free books through Amazon. Some of the classics include The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, Pride and Prejudice, and Dracula. If you want to get these books for free, but do not have a Kindle, download a free app to your computer, iPhone, Android, iPad, or Blackberry and get the same deal.

You will find a list of the books offered on Amazon. Make sure that the book you are getting is still free, as the deal could change at any time.

    • Barteau

      Kindle is always offering free books. You can find more by checking the bestsellers list in Kindle. There is a 100 book list of the top freebies. I got a Kindle last Christmas and I love it. It was $250 when I bought it and now it has gone down to $139. It is a great money-saving tool if you like to read. I have downloaded hundreds of books for free since I got it and I estimate I have saved hundreds of dollars. I don't mean for this to sound like a gratuitous plug for Kindle but I love it that much. In addition to the free books there are lots of books, both classics and otherwise that are 99 cents or a couple of dollars.

    • Andre LaPlume

      I had no idea that I could download onto my netbook, without buying a Kindle – awesome! Thanks Jenny

    • Susanw2004

      My husband bought a Kindle for me at Christmas last year-Best gift he ever gave me..but, he says it's the worst gift b/c I am constantly reading it at night when we go to bed. LOVE my Kindle!

      • Rbarbrey

        I knicknamed mine Kenny…drives my husband crazy! He says he is so sorry he bough i for me but I love mine!!

    • Rae

      did not realize the had blackberry app – THANK YOU!!! will try out on plane next weekend – with an old-fashioned paperback as a backup, haha!

    • Mccrited

      Jenny, I have a kindle and love it! The key to the free books is to sign onto amazon's website for the kindle. At the top of the page it will say kindle books click on it and here is the BEST part–scroll down a little and on the left it says free books click on it and then click on promotional books. These change about every 3 -4 days. So check often! The classics you were naming are always free. I never pay for books anymore.

    • Kristen

      Awesome find. I don't have a Kindle, but I do have an Ipod touch. I didn't know there was an app out for that, so thank you! With Christmas right around the corner, a Kindle might be something to think about…

    • holly

      you should buy a Barnes and Nobles “nook” instead. You can download library books and any e-book . I have had mine 6 months, and not bought a single book yet. they are the best things ever!

    • Donnajo

      I check the free books on Amazon daily to add to my Ipod Touch. The Kindle app is my favorite! And you get to read reviews of the books before you get them. It literally takes seconds to download to my Ipod.

    • Danad57404

      All books over 100 years old are no longer copyrighted, which is why they will always be free (the classics)