Wow. Free Kindle Books. A LOT.

ETA: A good number of these are no longer free, which perhaps should not be surprising.

I woke up this morning, and found out that @txvoodoo had found a link chock full of free ebooks from Inkmesh. Yes, it’s all legit. And yes, you can have them for devices other than Kindle.

*blink blink*

There’s a LOT of ebooks there. There’s most of the Unfortunate Events series there. I’m not sure what’s prompted this craziness, but hey! FREE BOOKS! ((That will ultimately result in you buying the rest of the series and/or books from the respective authors, I’m sure.))

Here are the fantasy ones:

Stopping Time Part 1, Stopping Time Part 2, if you’re a Melissa Marr fan, you’re going to want these (and now they’re free!). There’s also just Stopping Time, and I’m not sure what the differences are. Best get all three.
Wicked Lovely for those of you who’ve never read Melissa Marr.

A Series of Unfortunate Events: #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #9 #10 #11 #12 #13 (the end, natch)

Warriors: #5

The Matrix and Philosophy – Blue or red pill?

The Kane Chronicles, Book 1 – first chapter only, but it is from Rick Riordan, who brought you Percy and the Olympians.

Rides a Dread Legion – Raymond E. Feist, I think part of the Darkwar saga.

Kiss Me Deadly – Other than that it’s a paranormal romance, I don’t know much else about it. By Michele Hauf.

My Soul to Lose – Short story prequel to Rachel Vincent’s Soul Screamers series.

The Wild’s Call – Paranormal romance. By Jeri SmithReady.

Here are the science fiction ones (you get otherwise no love here):

Star Wars: Lost Tribe of the sith: #1 #2 #3 – short stories.

Here are the classic mystery ones (there’s more over there):

The Body in the Library, Agatha Christie, Miss Marple series.

Here are others I’ve read and liked:

More Blood, More Sweat and Another Cup of Tea by Tom Reynolds. Life on the ambulance force in London, England.

Here are some interesting ones:

Tumor: Chapter 1, a graphic novel.

Economic Report of the President and Budget of the United States Government, both aimed for 2011. Not necessarily riveting reading.

Other notes:

If you click on individual stores on the side, you can sometimes discover even more books compatible with your device. Smashwords and also the Baen Free Library in less annoying to read website form.

Knock yourselves out.

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