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ilove2readbooks
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good free books?

hiya people :smileyhappy: i need some good free books to read. i read so often that im spending WAY to much money on books. i love fiction, and am not a big fan of fantasy/science fiction if anyone knows any good FREE books i should read please tell me. thank ya

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ilove2readbooks
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Re: good free books?

well here are some of the good books ive reaad that are free

 

*A Diamond in my Pocket

*Double Dare

*Eternal Eden

*Glimpse

*Gray Eyes

*Life,Love, and a Polar Bear Tattoo

*Mayne Attraction: In the Spotlight

 

 

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Dante2000
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Re: good free books?

The best free title I've read this summer is a long short story, called The Gizless Days of Thomas Binder.

 

It's set in the future and is about this kid who gets his "device/phone" taken away in a society where your device is the major form of entertainment. It's really cool and really possible.

 

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/the-gizless-days-of-thomas-binder-seth-kaufman/1111591802?ean=294004...