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10 BEST KINDLE BOOKS YOU CAN DOWNLOAD ON AMAZON FOR FREE

Jun 22, 2019

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THE RISE OF ELECTRONIC e-readers, particularly the Amazon Kindle, over the last decade has many benefits for readers. The ability to have a large library of books available at your fingertips at any time is a book lover's dream.
The challenge, of course, is that finding free books for the Kindle is harder than one might expect. Finding a free print book is easy. It's just a matter of borrowing one from a friend or checking one out from the library, but how does one find similar cheap books on the Kindle?
It turns out there are many places to find free Kindle books of all kinds if you know where to look. Here are four great ways to get free Kindle books:

THE RISE OF ELECTRONIC e-readers, particularly the Amazon Kindle, over the last decade has many benefits for readers. The ability to have a large library of books available at your fingertips at any time is a book lover's dream.

 

The challenge, of course, is that finding free books for the Kindle is harder than one might expect. Finding a free print book is easy. It's just a matter of borrowing one from a friend or checking one out from the library, but how does one find similar cheap books on the Kindle?

 

It turns out there are many places to find free Kindle books of all kinds if you know where to look. Here are four great ways to get free Kindle books:

 

 

Hygge: Introduction to The Danish Art of Cozy Living
If you still haven't had your fill of all things hygge, this free Kindle book focuses more on applying the emotional intelligence aspect of the Danish philosophy to your own life. Not only does it explain how to bring hygge into the home, but it also touches on how it can enhance our interpersonal relationships and how we choose to spend our money and free time.
‘THE GHOST FILES’ BY APRYL BAKER
Mattie Hathaway is a 16-year-old girl with a terrible secret. Ever since her mother tried to kill her when she was five, she’s been able to see dead people of the spectral variety. When the ghost of her foster sister turns up, Mattie enlists the help of a young policeman to investigate her disappearance, but they better tread carefully because there’s a serial killer at work. This is smart teen fiction with plenty of twists and turns.
ROBINSON CRUSOE By Daniel Defoe
Another title that fits the "What do you mean, you haven't read it?!" list. In addition to being a trader, journalist and spy, Daniel Defoe (no, not that Spider-Man guy) wrote several hundred novels - of which this is the most famous. Fleeing his parents' wishes for him to have a dull career, Crusoe boards a boat bound on a sea voyage from Hull. There follows a shipwreck, cannibals and the original wanderlust adventure.
Flappers and Philosophers
The Great Gatsby might be F. Scott Fitzgerald's most famed work, but this collection of eight short stories is both an incredibly entertaining and poignant read. The stories all illustrate the devil-may-care ethos of the Jazz Age with Fitzgerald's signature combination of wry humor and effervescent prose.
WUTHERING HEIGHTS By Emily Brontë
Not read Wuthering Heights? Rid your mind of the sloppy period romance you're no doubt conjuring up - Emily Brontë's dark, bold story of love and jealousy is a heart-wrenching brute of a novel. You'll need to schedule in a trip to the Yorkshire moors once you're done.
Imperfect (Sins and Secrets Series of Duets Book 1)
Amazon's seemingly endless selection of romance and erotic reads is a lit lover's dream come true. While some are bizarrely outlandish, many are best-sellers and totally beloved by readers — Willow Winters' Imperfect is one such book. This dual-POV read follows a recently widowed woman's torrid love affair with a dangerous alpha-male player. An exhilarating ride filled with sex, secrets, and suspense ensues.

Hygge: Introduction to The Danish Art of Cozy Living

If you still haven't had your fill of all things hygge, this free Kindle book focuses more on applying the emotional intelligence aspect of the Danish philosophy to your own life. 

 

Not only does it explain how to bring hygge into the home, but it also touches on how it can enhance our interpersonal relationships and how we choose to spend our money and free time.

 

THE GHOST FILES

Mattie Hathaway is a 16-year-old girl with a terrible secret. Ever since her mother tried to kill her when she was five, she’s been able to see dead people of the spectral variety. 

 

When the ghost of her foster sister turns up, Mattie enlists the help of a young policeman to investigate her disappearance, but they better tread carefully because there’s a serial killer at work. This is smart teen fiction with plenty of twists and turns.

 

ROBINSON CRUSOE 

Another title that fits the "What do you mean, you haven't read it?!" list. In addition to being a trader, journalist and spy, Daniel Defoe (no, not that Spider-Man guy) wrote several hundred novels - of which this is the most famous.

 

Fleeing his parents' wishes for him to have a dull career, Crusoe boards a boat bound on a sea voyage from Hull. There follows a shipwreck, cannibals and the original wanderlust adventure.

 

Flappers and Philosophers

The Great Gatsby might be F. Scott Fitzgerald's most famed work, but this collection of eight short stories is both an incredibly entertaining and poignant read. The stories all illustrate the devil-may-care ethos of the Jazz Age with Fitzgerald's signature combination of wry humor and effervescent prose.

 

WUTHERING HEIGHTS 

Not read Wuthering Heights? Rid your mind of the sloppy period romance you're no doubt conjuring up - Emily Brontë's dark, bold story of love and jealousy is a heart-wrenching brute of a novel.

You'll need to schedule in a trip to the Yorkshire moors once you're done.

 

Imperfect (Sins and Secrets Series of Duets Book 1)

Amazon's seemingly endless selection of romance and erotic reads is a lit lover's dream come true. While some are bizarrely outlandish, many are best-sellers and totally beloved by readers — Willow Winters' Imperfect is one such book. 

 

This dual-POV read follows a recently widowed woman's torrid love affair with a dangerous alpha-male player. An exhilarating ride filled with sex, secrets, and suspense ensues.

 

FRANKENSTEIN 

Beginning to notice a theme here? The Victorians had a thing for supernatural yarns - and there are few better than Mary Shelley's timeless man-made monster. Philosophical, melancholic and downright terrifying, the idea for a twisted creature created from the flesh of the dead came to her when she was just 18-years-old.

 

The Invisible Man

H.G. Wells' The Invisible Man, originally published in 1897, holds up as a compelling classic sci-fi story. It follows a scientist named Griffin, who discovered how to turn himself invisible but is not able to reverse his state.

 Unable to cope, he eventually descends into madness and terror.

 

THE EMPEROR’S EDGE

Emperor’s Edge is the first book in a nine-novel series and follows the enforcer, Amaranthe Lokdon, as she stumbles in a plot against the Emperor. This tough, female police officer leads a colorful band of dubious misfits as she puzzles and battles her way through a series of scrapes, chases, and mysterious plots. 

 

There’s intrigue and thrills aplenty in this fantasy epic, though, the steampunk tale never takes itself too seriously.

 

Flappers and Philosophers

The Great Gatsby might be F. Scott Fitzgerald's most famed work, but this collection of eight short stories is both an incredibly entertaining and poignant read. 

 

The stories all illustrate the devil-may-care ethos of the Jazz Age with Fitzgerald's signature combination of wry humor and effervescent prose.