Get Over 40,000 Free Kindle Books

By | April 11, 2019
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Get Over 40,000 Free Kindle Books 

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Do you like to read? Great, we love to read to. And today, we’re going to show you an easy way to find all the 40,000 + free Kindle books in one place. (Unfortunately, as of now, this is for U.S. residents only.)

Since there are over 40,000 free Kindle books, you may think it’s going to be a chore trying to find the kinds of books you like, but Amazon answers the call by breaking down its list of free eBooks into categories and genres so that you can quickly find the kinds of books you like.

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Since Amazon constantly changes the books in the “Free” category, if you see something you like, be sure to grab it right away. If you wait, it may not be there the next time you visit the free Kindle books section.

Here are a few things you need to know before you go “shopping” for free Kindle books.

1. Make sure the book you want shows a price of $0.00
2. Make sure it doesn’t say “Prime”. If it does you’ll need an Amazon Prime Membership to get if free.
3. Make sure it doesn’t say “Kindle unlimited”. If it does, you’ll need a Kindle Unlimited membership to get it free.

All that aside, there are over 40,000 truly free Kindle books you can download with no restrictions.

Cloudeight Freeware and Site Pick - Free Kindle Books from Amazon

Take some time and visit this treasure house of free Kindle books now… you won’t be disappointed!

What? No Kindle Reader or Kindle Fire? No Problem!

If you don’t have a Kindle reader or Kindle Fire, no problem. You can download the free Kindle app for Windows PC as well as IOS, Android, and Mac. To get your free Kindle app visit this page 

7 thoughts on “Get Over 40,000 Free Kindle Books

  1. Sandy Goga

    The first book I choose said 0.00. Any book I wanted to look at after that said .99. I only got one for free.

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    1. infoave Post author

      I downloaded 10 books in various categories. There are 40,000+ books for 0.00. There are other books listed that are not free. There are books listed that are free for Prime members only. There free books listed for Kindle unlimited members. But there are thousands of free books in all categories with a price of 0.00. They are not all in a row, but since they’re free, I can spend a lot of time finding the free ones. I have more time than money but don’t have much of either. 🙂

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  2. Jason Miller

    I get the list of free books every day from this web site: DailyFreeBooks.com
    You can choose what type of books you want to see in the list you get. I get Medical, Mystery and SciFi.
    There are all kinds of subjects listed. Just be aware that if you do not choose them the day you get the email, the next day you will have to pay .99 and up for the books. Sometimes the list is the same for an entire week. You can go directly to the web site and choose right from the site but even there some of them are not free. Still, I have paid the .99 for some of them and they were great books. Some were sets of 3 to 5 books for the .99 and those are a great deal. I have downloaded 3,200 books so far and only paid for, maybe, a total of 50 of them.

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  3. Jason Miller

    There is also BookBarbarian.com that I get every day. The first book listed is always the free book of the day. The rest you have to pay for. I have gotten many a great book from that site also.
    As you may have guessed, I’m retired and have a lot of time to read.

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  4. Sylvia Deitz

    Thank you so much for sending this list for Kindle books! I’ve been a Prime member for years & get one free book a month, but I had no idea there was a free list of so many books. I got a lot of them today. Once more, I appreciate you guys so much with all your helpful tips & suggestions!

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  5. Barbi

    Also bookbub.com, which recommends free and discounted Kindle books of whatever category you select.

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