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Amazons Free Kindle EbooksWhat We Like
Massive collection of eBooks.
Customer reviews and ratings.
What We Don’t Like Many sub-par titles. Some titles are only free for a limited time.
Amazon has hundreds of free eBooks you can download and send straight to your Kindle.
They are listed in the Top 100 Free section. There are subsections you can click through to better find your next read, like Short Reads and Nonfiction Singles, and dozens of genres such as History, Parenting, and others.Visit Amazon
eReaderIQWhat We Like
Helpful browsing tool.
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Large cover previews.
What We Don’t Like Cluttered appearance.
eReaderIQ may look like your typical free eBook site, but they actually have a lot of extra features that make it a go-to place when you're looking for free Kindle books.
All the books are updated hourly, meaning you won't have to miss out on any of the limited-time offers. In fact, you can even get notified when new books from Amazon are added.
Browsing is a breeze because you can look through categories and sort the results by newest, rating, and minimum length. You can even set it to show only new books that have been added in the last 24 hours, since midnight, or since your last visit.Visit eReaderIQ
3. The Butterfly Garden by Dot Hutchison
This crime novel tells a story from the perspective of a young woman and kidnap survivor as she retells her story to the FBI. Maya’s horrific recount involves a man with a lush garden and his ‘butterflies’, or women he has kidnapped and tattooed to resemble their namesakes. Yet, her story just doesn’t seem to add up, leaving the detectives to wonder what she’s hiding.
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Amazon Prime Features
Amazon Prime is $79 a year and gives you benefits in addition to the Lending Library including free two-day shipping (no minimum purchase required) and access to free Instant Videos, Amazon’s library of streaming movies and tv shows. Amazon offers a 30 day trial membership to Prime so you can try it out.
With the holidays approaching, consider signing up for a free 30 day trial of Amazon Prime so you can get free two-day shipping for all of your gifts. You can get a free book for your Kindle, watch free movies and tv, and have your gifts delivered in two days for free!
If you consider each Kindle book costs an average of $10 and you get one book a month for free, you could save $120 by using this service in a year, more than enough to cover the $79 price of an Amazon Prime membership.
If you have a Kindle, does this make you want to sign up for Amazon Prime to get free Kindle books? If you are a Prime member, does this make you want to get a Kindle? If you have neither, are you enticed to get both? Let us know in the Comments section below!