Manybooks.net has… well, many books. It is a smorgasbord of free ePublications, providing links to those books in many electronic formats: ePub, Mobi, Kindle, PDF, RTF, etc. One could spend hours going through the titles. There are classics and a few Christian titles. Some of these Christian titles may require some digging to find them elsewhere, but one of the best ways to search for Christian books would be to search by author name or book title. Although I prefer opening my Bible or reading a book that is actually in my hands, I do like the convenience and availability many of these downloads afford… and at an affordable price— FREE! As I’ve mentioned before, the very mobile life of a missionary has caused me to see very precious books come and go in my life; yet, technology is at a point where significant libraries can be amassed on a reliable laptop.
Here are just a few of the authors that you might find well worth downloading (and by the way, this may depend upon which browser you are using; if you want to download several different formats of the same title, just refresh the page and you can select another format option):
One title by John Calvin, A Treatise on Relics
One title by J.C. Ryle, A Sketch of the Life and Labors of George Whitefield
Five titles by John R. MacDuff, “Free eBooks by John Ross MacDuff”
Three titles by Isaac Watts, “Free eBooks by Isaac Watts”
Several titles from my favorite Puritan writer, the author of The Pilgrim’s Progress, John Bunyan. This LINK will take you to a page that has several individual titles, as well as the famous The Pilgrim’s Progress, and even The Whole Works of John Bunyan in three separate downloads for the thee-volume set.
NOTE: If downloading a large eBook for Kindle on your computer, you will have to save the file on your computer, then open it with your Kindle Viewer after you’ve downloaded it by double clicking on the file on your computer. It will appear on your Kindle Home page and you won’t have to return to that file as Kindle will read it from there, while showing the cover on your Kindle “Home” page.