1.The oldest producer of free e-books on the Internet is Gutenberg Project. Visit them at www.gutenberg.org.
2.Site called Free Books at www.freebooks.com will help you find books you like. Some of the different types of books are free Christian books, free e-books, and free downloadable books.
3.Youtube of books, Scribd at www.scribd.com is an open library to publish and discover documents – including books – online.
4.Google powered online search engine of e-books: eBook Search at ebooksearchr.googlepages.com.
5.Google Book Search (books.google.com/advanced_book_search) lets you read the classics online.
6.Internet Archive at www.archive.org is like a paper library, providing free access to researchers, historians, scholars, and the general public.
7.Word Public Library at www.worldlibrary.net has more than 750,000 e-books for download.
8.The Online Books Page at onlinebooks.library.upenn.edu lists over 35,000 free books on the web.
9.Wowio at www.wowio.com is a new kind of online bookstore and shop for e-books. With Wowio, you can read complete books online for free or pay to download PDF versions of the same e-books.
10. Pink Monkey (www.pinkmonkey.com) has over 460 free study guides, book notes, book reviews, online chapter summaries, notes and analysis of literature titles.
11.At Baen Free Library (www.baen.com/library) you can find number of their sci-fi and fantasy books available for free.
12.BookRags at www.bookrags.com is a unique online resource for just about anything – BookRags offers research material in the form of e-books. There’s content on everything from acid rain to the Hamlet. Currently, there are nearly 4 million unique pages of content on BookRags.com
13.The Internet Public Library www.e-book.com.au/freebooks.htm has over 20 000 books online.
14.www.getfreeebooks.com is a free e-books site where you can download free books.
15.Bookyards’ (www.bookyards.com) goal is to be “The Library To The World”, a web portal in which books, education materials, information, and content will be freely to anyone who has an internet connection. They have over 800,000 e-books available.
16.On Feedbooks (www.feedbooks.com) you’ll discover thousands of public domain books and original books from new authors that you can read on any mobile device.
17.At Wikibooks (en.wikibooks.org) you will find free textbooks.
18.Daily Lit at www.dailylit.com sends you free excerpt from a book to your email each day. Next day you’ll get next chapter and so on, until the book is finished. Some books are not free, but there a plenty that are.