Hundreds of Free Kindle eBooks Download Links

I already mentioned checking out library books on the Kindle eReader, but here are also some handy bookmarks to check regularly to find free content on the website:

  • Top 100 Free – Quick and easy, this just lists the popular free eBooks being downloaded at the moment. However, for business and finance books you may have to dig a bit.
  • Limited Time Free eBooks – List of books that are free for a limited time, and then often go back up in price. Grab ’em right away if they look interesting now, and decide whether or not to read them later.
  • Free Classics – List of books that are permanently free due to being old enough to be out-of-copyright, including several well-known classics

Want some suggestions? Here are my recent free downloads.

Reminder: You can read Kindle eBooks in almost any web browser, plus apps for PC, Mac, iPad, iPod Touch, and all major smartphones.


  1. Just thought I’d throw it in here that if you have a Kindle with Special Offers, there is a $5 off any $10 purchase that must be claimed by 12/6.

  2. Thanks for the links. I often use the Top 100 free to find free books but wasn’t aware of the limited-time list. There are way more free books out there than I can read but I like to have a few free books on my Kindle as backup reads.

  3. Oooh! A Boglehead classic – Fred Schwed’s Where Are the Customer’s Yachts? $0!

    I also use (1) to find free books and (2) to automatically receive an e-mail when a book on my to-read list has decreased in price.

  4. Actually, my mistake. That book turned out to be another author’s interpretation of Fred Schwed’s book. So disappointed…

  5. @Dan – I saw that one, but if you read the reviews you’ll see it’s actually an “interpretation” by some guy named Leo Gough, and apparently not a very good one. He did the same thing with Miyamoto Musashi’s The Book of Five Rings. It seems like some authors just put a famous book in the title to make some easy money.

  6. Tons of great books. Thanks!

  7. A couple of books you might want to bring to your readers’ attention, both by Barbara Bisco:
    NIGHT OF THE WATER SPIRITS (the Thailand story) and
    A TASTE FOR GREEN TANGERINES (the Borneo story)
    I found them excellent

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