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Zero Dollar Books Showcases Current Free Kindle Best Sellers

If you’re looking for a free and quick way to check out which best selling Kindle books are currently available as free downloads, Zero Dollars Books presents them with a clean and uncluttered layout.

Sure, you could go visit Amazon directly, but their layout for the free and top selling Kindle books is split across multiple pages, cluttered, and more complicated to navigate. Zero Dollar Books puts everything on a simple page that is updated hourly. Hit up the link below to start browsing.

Zero Dollar Books [via Digital Inspiration]

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  • Published 05/9/12

Comments (9)

  1. Ray

    Amazon itself has a similar page that shows the top 100 free as well as the top 100 paid books. It is found at

  2. Emily

    This is really interesting. It’s a lot of books to sort through, though, and not a lot of info on each one. Right now I find free books through Freebooksy (, which works well for me.

  3. Mick

    “Zero dollar” and “best seller” in one sentence? Does not compute.

    Beside, browse the collection, you’ll see that most of it is pulp fiction. Not worth even zero dollars…

  4. Jim

    All very well, but the first one I clicked through to had a cost of $3.21, the second was $7.24. Not quite zero dollars.

    To me that has failed at the first hurdle and it is far from what it claims to be.

    Did HTG check it before recommending it?

  5. Dianne

    Actually it worked quite well for me, but yes, most of it is pulp fiction.

  6. Jim

    Emily = freebooksy also has an awful lot of its books that are no longer free. Another site that promises but does not deliver.
    Does anyone have a site that gives currently free books?

  7. Emily


    Freebooksy features book that are free for a limited time on purpose. Authors pick when they’re free, and Freebooksy tells people about them. It’s not a site for ‘forever free’ books, more of ‘hurry and get it before it’s not free anymore.’

  8. Alice

    I get mine from Woodlands cooperative using my public library.

  9. Mary

    This web site isn’t working anymore – anyone know why?

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