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Jeanne Marie Quinanola on Oct 18

Jeanne Marie Quinanola on Oct 18

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Where to get free books on the internet?

Where to get free books on the internet?

There's no denying that books are treasures for students. Books are where we can explore the world, learn life hacks and meet the greats in our history. 

You might be a math student, a literature nerd, or just someone who loves to read. The point is you probably found yourself asking the million-dollar question: Where can I get free books on the internet? 

I mean, not all of us have the luxury to buy a book. It's a known reality that a lot of students are broke. Luckily, some sites cater to broke but bookish people like us. So, here they are.

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OpenStax

OpenStax

If you're the studious type of student, you should bookmark this site. This site contains books for calculus, social sciences, businesses, etc. I mean, where can you possibly get all those curated essential subject books. On top of that, you can also highlight and add notes to your chosen books on the site. 

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Librivox

Librivox

This site host classic books turned into audiobooks. 

Shakespeare. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. You name it. This site has all of that and more. Moreover, LibriVox audiobooks are read by volunteers around the world. If you want, you can always sign up to read a book. What a way to bring bookish people together!

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American Literature

American Literature

Ok. Technically this site does not offer free books. Instead, what it provides are free collections of short stories from different genres. I think that this site is handy for busy readers. I mean, if you can't read a book, then maybe reading a short story is equally helpful. If you miss Edgar Allan Poe's scary stories and Hans Christian Andersen's fairytales, then try to visit this site.

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E-International Relations

E-International Relations

Hello humanity students! International Relations is such a daunting word. I mean, what're all these buzzwords: realism, hegemony, marxism, constructivism. Thankfully, during my debate years, this site saves me. Aside from the helpful articles available on the site, it also offers free books that explain International Relations in a not-so-technical manner. Visit this site if your nose is already bleeding from all the jargon.

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AudioAZ

AudioAZ

Reading a book is fantastic, but it can also be exhausting. Luckily, this site offers audiobooks from various genres. Whether you're fond of Camus or of classic books like Moby Dick and the Great Gatsby, this site offers those things in audiobook format.

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