Although there are a number of readers of ebooks available in the market, the Amazon Kindle is the most popular. Fortunately for its owners, there are thousands of free Kindle books available on Amazon, Google Play and a wide range of other sources. It is often difficult to believe that the Kindle exists since 2007. And although it has manufactured a series of tablets since then, Kindle remains the flagship. To help you distinguish the relevant from the accessory, we gather some of the best free Kindle books available, among which are many public domain works. Never before has it been so easy to be a fantastic literature without having to go to your library!
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You should consider that Google Play does not offer books with the Kindle format as Amazon and Project Gutenberg do. Instead of files in AZW and KF8 formats, you should download them as PDF files. To do this, from your computer you must navigate to your Google Play Book library, click on the three squares in the upper right corner of any title and select “Download PDF” from the drop-down list. Then, select the saved file, drag it and find it on your device.
If you like love stories, you will like Love smells like coffee. In their pages you will find, like a small coffee maker and a gypsy with disturbing green eyes, they escort the stories of a maladaptive university student, two professionals in their thirties obsessed with personal success and a retired person tortured by the loss they still have much to discover. These are everyday and intimate stories about the search for happiness that escapes between frustration, broken dreams and the daily routine.
If you are looking for a story about a murder, the truth is that The corner of the storms It has some of it. Moreover, the blood splashes the Solo brothers, two very different twins. However, they have something in common: both hide a gift or a curse, as you look.
In the ebook of Forever is a lot of timeJocelyn, Davis returns to New York after a terrible family event, after five years of having left without saying goodbye to his best childhood friend, Jake Johnson. Now she must start high school without friends, with her soul shattered, her home broken and her insecure dreams of becoming a recognized writer.
What will you feel if you knew you were going to die on your birthday? Dr. Delfn Snchez enters the Ourense station at dawn on Friday, July 19 to denounce that a letter announcing his death has been arriving monthly for a year. But the account back starts the last month in which he already receives a daily letter with the deadline of July 20 at seven in the afternoon, his birthday and the time he was born. In addition, he has begun to receive wreaths for burial.
Children's book (in English)
School Monitor – Alex Dunn
First was Chrissie and then his twin brother Richard. Both suffer from harassment. This novel tells the story of the effects of bullying on children, as well as depression, suicidal ideation, revenge and associated guilt, as well as physical and psychological violence. The twins have changed schools several times, but what happens in this last internship is shocking.
Peter Pan and Wendy – JM Barrie
Inspired by Barrie's friendship with the Llewelyn Davies family, Peter Pan and Wendy (Peter and Wendy, in english) It is the classic story of Peter Pan, a child who can fly and takes a group of small children to the Never Jams Country. All the usual suspects make their debut (Tiger Lily, Tinker Bell, Lost Children, Captain Hook, etc.), but it may not seem as offensive as the 1953 Disney movie.
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz – L. Frank Baum
There are few people who ignore Dorothy's antics in the land of Oz against the Wicked Witch of the West recounted in the Wonderful Wizard of Oz (The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, in English). However, for Kansas natives, visiting the heartbreaking search of the Emerald City is always encouraging. The Tin Man, the coward Len and the Scarecrow join the vivid and descriptive world of Baum. Vctor Fleming's music does not make the novel the justice it deserves.
Secret Garden – Frances Hodgson Burnett
The Burnett Classic, Secret Garden (The Secret Garden, in English) has been adapted over and over again both as a play and for the big screen. It revolves around the heroic Mary Lenno, an orphan who left colonial India to live on a dirty county property in Yorkshire. There he learns the healing power of friendship through the cultivation of plants in his secret garden. A story as comforting as lcida.
Grimm Tales – Jacob Grimm and Wilhelm Grimm
The Grimm brothers wrote fairy tales that were quite shadowy, but many have been edited and have suffered numerous alterations, to the point that they have become suitable for children, instead of the grotesque stories loaded with violence that were once. You already know the stories, Rapunzel, Cinderella, Hansel and Gretel, but there are also other stories that did not become animated films.
The Little Lord – Frances Hodgson Burnett
He Little lord (Little Lord Fauntleroy, in english), which takes place in the dirty and Victorian New York, tells the story of a boy named Cedric, who unexpectedly becomes a member of royalty. While Cedric is taken to England by his grandfather to learn the secrets of the aristocracy, he taught his grandfather to be a more compassionate leader.
Rikki-Tikki-Tavi – Rudyard Kipling
Chosen as an independent story of The Jungle Book (The Jungle Book), the story of Rikki-Tikki-Tavi It follows the story of a mongoose who works to defend his family, British settlers, from a couple of threatening charges upon arrival in India. It is possible that some of the subtle Victorianisms should be explained to the younger ones, but the story exhibits some of the most vibrant and acute personifications of any novel.
The wind in the willows – Keneth Grahame
The wind in the willows (The wind in the willows, in English) This classic from Keneth Grahame tells the story of four anthropomorphized animals (toad, mole, rat and weaver) and their various adventures in the English country. Written by the former secretary of the Bank of England as stories for his son Alistair, it is full of adventures, company and moral reasoning.
The Ghost Files – Apryl Baker
Mattie Hathaway is a 16 year old girl who has a terrible secret. Since her mother tried to kill her when she was five, she is able to see dead people. When the ghost of his adoptive sister appears, Mattie asks for the help of a young cop to investigate his disappearance. However, it is better to be careful because there is a serial killer behind. It is a fiction story for teenagers with many twists and turns.
Science fiction (in English)
The Legend of King Arthur and his Knights – Sir James Knowles
The origins and merits of the late King Arthur are controversial, to say the least. The Knowles version of the legendary British leader is considered one of the most revered, with knights, damsels and a particular sword in a stone. Old language can be cumbersome and repetitiveness a bit drab. However, the material remains a moving image of the Middle Ages. Camelot It doesn't do it justice.
Emperor’s Edge – Lindsay Buroker
Emperor’s Edge It is the first book in a series of nine novels starring Amaranthe Lokdon, while discovering a plot against the Emperor. This tough and feminine police officer directs a band of dubious misfits while fighting on her way through a series of persecutions and mysterious plots. In this fantasy epic there is intrigue and emotion, this genre tale steampunk You never take yourself too seriously.
Twenty thousand leagues of underwater travel – Jules Verne
It was a raffle between Twenty thousand leagues of underwater travel Y Journey to the Center of the Earth, with this last defeated after the terrible film with Brendan Fraser in 2008. Verne is famous for his work in the field of science fiction, both in prose and creativity. The walk of Captain Nemo through the ice shelves of Antarctica, the Red Sea and other fictional and real-world places is extremely fascinating. And then there is the giant squid scene …
The Scarlet Plague – Jack Landon
He White tusk apparently he receives all the praise, but Jack Landon's foray into the world of science fiction should not go unnoticed. The Scarlet Plague It takes place in a fictional and post-apocalyptic version of San Francisco, 60 years after an uncontrollable epidemic known as the Red Death would destroy the population of the Earth. James Howard Smith tries to impart his knowledge to his grandchildren before it is too late. The prophetic nature of the book is too real.
Flatland – Edwin Abbott Abbott
If you are looking for a philosophical novel that ventures into mathematics and exists in a realm of two-dimensional fantasy where all the inhabitants are geometric shapes, then Flatland It is surely for you. It is a satric look about society and class distinctions in Victorian England, with an inhabitant trying to deal with the concept of third and fourth dimensions, but it is still presented in a way that is easy to understand regardless of your knowledge in this field.