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Google’s Downloadable ebooks collection has been getting a lot of attention lately. This is primarily due to the fact that they have “widened” the device compatibility issues since their inception.
A lot of improvements have been made, and one of the most noteworthy is that you can preview the devices you that are immediately compatible for you to read.
As an example, hovering over any free classic ebook, a small window appears containing information about the author, date book was originally published, brief description, number of pages, users rating, number of +1s, etc. In addition it tells you where you can read the ebook (e.g. web, tablet or ipad, ereader, or smartphone).
Here’s a partial listing of great free classic ebooks:
- Alice’s Adventure In Wonderland – Lewis Carol (Google eBooks)
- William Shakespeare, Hamlet (Google eBooks)
- William Shakespeare, Romeo And Juliet (Google eBooks)
- Pride And Prejudice – Jane Austen (Google eBooks)
- Wonderful Stories for Children – Hans Christian Andersen (Google eBooks)
- Frankenstein, or, The Modern Prometheus – Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (Google eBooks)
- Great Expectations – Charles Dickens (Google eBooks)
- Adventures of Sherlock Holmes – Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Google eBooks)
- Moby Dick – Herman Melville (Google eBooks)
- Bleak House – Charles Dickens (Google eBooks)
- Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (Google eBook)
Common Questions About Google eBook Compatible Devices
If you have any questions regarding about Google eBook compatible devices or how to find for free Google eBooks, please use the comment section below.