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What are some sources for free Kindle e-books?

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Free Kindle e-books are available on Amazon.com, eReaderIQ.com and Project Gutenberg. Users can browse the sites for a list of available books. Book Lending allows users to borrow e-books and return them to the owners after the specified period is over.

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Amazon.com lists the top 100 free e-books on its Best Sellers page. It also lists top 100 books in each of the available genres including photography, art, music and fashion. To access these books, users must sign in using their Amazon account, then click on the book's title to view its description and download the book.

eReaderIQ updates its Kindle books every hour and lists recent Kindle books for easy access. Readers can browse through various book categories and sort results by date, reviews and rating. Project Gutenberg offers several thousands of e-books for users to read online or download to their mobile devices. No fee or registration is required to use the site, but users who find the books useful can make a donation. Users visit the Book Search page to view popular and latest books, or search a specific book by title or browse through all available titles.

DigiLibraries.com collects Kindle books and publishes them for free downloading. It allows users to browse books by title or author and download in .mobi, .ePub or .PDF formats.

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