The Classics Browse works by Mark Twain, Joseph Conrad and other famous authors here. Classic Bookshelf: This site has put classic novels online, from Charles Dickens to Charlotte Bronte. The Onlin...
With the exception of a few plays, book series and very long poems… The Adventures of Augie March by Saul Bellow A realistic and satirical novel that captures the life of the main character from his childhood to his manhood
You think you won't be able to finish that novel be the end of your holidays? Why not trying to read something shorter? Half Price Books, one of America's
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I recently ran into a couple of reading lists (I'll share them at the end) and realized that I LOVE reading book recommendations. I can't get enough of them.
Public domain books to read online.
A list of 50 non-fiction titles deemed essential reading for folks outside the mainstream. It's my list, and it's very 20th century USA, with lots of music,...
If you can pronounce correctly every word in this poem, you will be speaking English better than 90% of the native English speakers in the world.
Welcome to Planet eBook, the home of free classic literature. We offer an assortment of classic novels and books in electronic form which you are free give to your friends, classmates, students, anyone!
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By the same folks who brought you Last Minute Auction ("an hour or less, a buck or less on eBay"), here's another great site for discriminating cheapskates: FreebookSifter.com. If you're a digital book fanatic, you probably know that Amazon offers a ...
Reading a book is fun, but when you forgot it at home, are bored at work or are just curious to get a sneak peek at whatever you ordered from Amazon, online book sites can be handy too.
13 "Top 100 Books" lists combined and condensed in to one master list, for the benefit of your reading pleasure. 623 books in all -- a lifetime of reading potential!
TIME's Lev Grossman selects the decade's finest literature, from a book about dueling magicians to one about dueling family members.
There's nothing quite like a book that has you gripped from the very first line. As the first thing the reader reads, it's been said that the opening line sells a book whislt the closing line sells the author's next one. With this in mind, we've raid...