How To Read Amazon Books Online

how do you read goosebumps books online.

i wanna read goosebumps books online, by that, i mean the whole book..does anyone know how to?

Most copyrighted material cannot be posted legally. Here are some site that have non-copyrighted materials:http://www.gutenberg.org/http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/bro…http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/ebooks/http://www.thefreelibrary.com/http://www.baen.com/library/http://www.ebooks3.com/http://www.bookyards.com/http://www.redbirdstudio.com/E_Books/http://www.free-online-novels.com/http://www.bibliomania.com/1/frameset.ht…http://www.starry.com/novel/authors.htmhttp://www.bygosh.com/features.htmhttp://www.bygosh.com/thebestnovels.htmhttp://www.bookspot.com/ask/http://www.bookspot.com/

how can i read twilight book online.

hey how can i get twilight book from the first to the last one online please help

It’s illegal to read an entire book online. You can read Midnight Sun (Edward’s version of Twilight) online at stepheniemeyer.com, and you can only read a few chapters of each book online, on her site also or on amazon.com. But that’s it, sorry.Hope this helps!

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Reading kindle books online.

Hi, I want to read a book that is currently on my kindle online like maybe on my amazon account? Is this possible? How can I do it? thank you so much (:

You can install software on your computer to read Kindle books – it’s called the Kindle For PC app and you can download it from Amazon.

how do you find books to read online.

i like sci fi and fantasy novels i had heard about online books only i have no idea where to look for them.thank you in advance for any information.

You can read classics and novels that are out of copyright for free at Project Gutenberg or WebLiterature.netMost contemporary novels, however, are protected by copyright law. Any free downloads you find online will be illegal. There are some rare exceptions to this — Cory Doctorow, for instance — but generally speaking, if it looks too good to be true, it probably is.I suggest making use of your local library or seeing if they have e-book checkout capabilities.In addition, there are several good e-publishers out there who specialize in the genres you like. Try looking them up. You can often purchase books directly from their website. Or you can purchase popular novels in e-format from reputable sellers like Fictionwise or Amazon (Kindle version).

How to Read/download free books online.

There are all sorts of books you can download from:Amazon.comArchive.orgGutenberg.org

Does anyone know how much it costs to read e-books online.

Are there any equivalents of ‘used book stores?’ How would you find whatyou wanted once you got into your area of interest? Any help would begreat, thanks.

Lots of online books are free. My favorite site is Project Gutenberg. (ProjectGutenberg.org) Volunteers upload texts for books whose copyrights have expired. I mostly like older books anyway, so it’s worked great for me. I have a friend who set up her laptop to act as a Kindle or some such and she buys 99-cent e-books from Amazon. Hope this helps.

could u read books online. how.

if u could read a book online please tell me where to go. thank you!

Many books are at http://www.enotes.com , mostly classics, all out from under copyright. This site costs money for membership.They have an easy-to-read font though, and often side-by-side text for works hard for some to understand.http://www.gutenberg.org also has tens of thousands of all kinds of books no longer under copyright for readers, and is also free, though unless they’ve improved it, I found the font a bit difficult to read for longer novels. It’s a great and extremely varied site, though. And legal…You can also call the reference librarian at your local library (they have more time and info to give) and ask about downloading books to read online against your library card. Ask what kinds they (may) have available, how much it costs and how it’s done.You may get more links, but suggest you check them out thoroughly to be sure you’re getting what you want, legally.For instance, you can get eBook at http://www.ebooks.com…hmm…I see ebooks “just launched an ‘eb20’ application you can download to read some books online, with more coming” from them…check it out; see if it’s legal……and audio books at http://www.audiobooks.com…where you can also get ebooks, but read the “ebook guide” to see if your computer (or phone) has the apps to use it……Check both places above to see the prices, if any; check legality……http://www.abebooks.com is very inexpensive……and if you have a Kindle – a good buy now – Amazon is unbeatable http://www.amazon.com for ‘inexpensive.’ADD: I got a disapproving thumbs down. From you or another?Perhaps I didn’t make myself clear……ANY site that offers “free and current” online books… (which you do not ask for – but if it’s your hope, you won’t find it here) …those under copyright… is illegal….Very much Against The Law…It can (and does) cost the user up to $150,000 to use, plus jail time.Is that clear? It’s very true and must be considered at all times.End ADD

..reading online..

can i really read books for free on amazon.com?if yes how?and if no tell me plz where can i read books online for free.coz i’m a bad luck person when it comes to buying books.

amazon do indeed have some free ebooks you can read. try the following link:http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/browse/-/512084/102-8726075-1416960some are offered in adobe reader format (pdf files) others you need the free microsoft reader which is linked on the amazon.com pages.other sites with free e-books include:http://www.gutenberg.org/http://etext.lib.virginia.edu/ebooks/http://www.e-book.com.au/freebooks.htmhttp://www.free-ebooks.net/http://www.planetpdf.com/free_pdf_ebooks.asp?CurrentPage=1http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=lang_en&safe=active&q=free+ebooks&btnG=Searchyou’ll find most of them are older books or well known classics that are now in the public domain.

How to read library books online.

I’ve just watched THE HUNGER GAMES and I’m dying to read CATCHING FIRE but the hold on the book in the library is like 600 people and I don’t want to buy itBUT I don’t want to do it illegally and I still want the author to gain profit from this so I know that the library is the only way for me…

Download the Kindle app for Mac, its free on from the Mac App Store. Then just create or login to an account on Amazon, find the book and download.Anymore questions I will answer.

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34 thoughts on “How To Read Amazon Books Online

  1. However, aside from the copyright owner, which is almost always the author or their publisher, ANYONE who posts the text of a book online is violating both the U.S. and the International Copyright laws, infringing on Intellectual Property, and can be fined and jailed for it.

  2. you will discover some loose ebooks yet regrettably books are between different media varieties that have fallen into the circle of company greed…they not in simple terms choose to cost u for analyzing it, they choose to cost u each and every time u study it. quickly long gone are the days while i could lend u a e book…finally the assumption of lending and loose tips would be long gone perpetually…

  3. I agree Project Gutenberg is a great site, Their ebook format is (.epub), but if your reader uses a different ebook format,Project Gutenberg will allow you to download Calibre which is an ebook format conversion tool that will work with Windows if that is your operating system. This tool is capable of converting into almost all formats used by popular ebook readers sold on the market today.

  4. This is a link to one of my books on there, it’s not finished yet though.NOTE: this is a website for people hoping to get published, not already published.

  5. They are recent books, so they are still under copyright. Unless the author puts them online somewhere for free, you are probably out of luck. Sites that scan copyrighted books and make them available with no payment to the author are inconsiderate to the author, and they’re illegal. You would not want that to happen to your work.

  6. Why don’t you get a library card if you don’t already have one and check out books for free, usually for a month, usually as many as you want?… and read with a proper light on the print instead of behind it, and read books you can hold, put a bookmark in, and choose from the many many the library will have. It’s really much more rewarding. A book is made to be a book– cover, binding, pages. They are really very nice, as I hope you know.

  7. If you value the work enough to read it, pay for it.Writers make a living by creating their work. To read or use it without paying for it, is STEALING, pure and simple.Mi Kindle que he comprado en Amazon esta excelente y estoy muy contenta de él, tanto que también he comprado uno para regalar, un excelente regalo por poco dinero, mi amiga esta fascinada con su nuevo dispositivo, pude leer en cualquier lugar, sin interrupciones y es como leer un libro de verdad pero sin papel y peso.

  8. Well anyone who posts another author’s works online is going against their copyright. But some authors post excerpts of their own work on their website. You could try it that way.

  9. Any book published after 1923 is under copyright. Downloading them without paying is illegal, unless the author or publisher is the one giving it away. Online stores like Amazon and B&N have some free and legal ebooks available that are being shared by publishers and authors.

  10. You’ll need to check with your local library and see if they loan ebooks. If they do then they’ll have information on exactly how to check out and access them. However, due to publisher restrictions most libraries have a limited number of ebooks available and they often have long waiting lists. Past that, your best option is to check used book stores.

  11. I am not sure about amazon.com but if you have a favorite author or one you would like to check out, many authors put excerpts from their books online. You can sometimes find 1-2 whole chapters online and this may help give you an idea of whether you will like the book or not to go buy it. Just go to the author’s main website.

  12. Try the library. You can take out books for free. You can hold the books in your hand and read them at your leisure. And they sell books, too — for like 25¢ each. You can also get DVDs and CDs and cassettes and movies and all sorts of wonderful things. And the best part is, there’s one near you. Try it — you’ll like it.

  13. I’ve adored to read always. But I’d be lying easily said I didn’t also enjoy TV. Throughout the day it is a e book usually.

  14. Television set is produced to the lowest common denominator – i.e., the average IQ of everyone, whereas a book is written to the highest common denominator

  15. You can’t read very modern, recent books but you can read classics and romance and most books are AMAZING. You can find a COUPLE of modern books but not many!Un Kindle es siempre muy útil porque es más fácil disfrutar de la lectura sin tener que llevar demasiado peso, en Amazon hay la mejor oferta de estos dispositivos fantásticos y al mejor precio como se puede ver en este link http://amzn.to/1GkMZn3

  16. Any book published before 1923 is in the public domain and can be legally downloaded for free. Books.google.com, gutenberg.org and manybooks.net all have a wide selection of public domain books in multiple formats.

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