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FreeBookSifter Catalogs Free Kindle Titles

There are over 35,000 free Kindle titles just waiting for you to download them–rather than slogging through Amazon’s web portal and trying to find them yourself, let FreeBookSifter do the heavy lifting.

The site isn’t going to win a beauty contest, but it’s more than functional enough when it comes to searching by categories, sorting by rating volume and rank, and otherwise picking through the tens of thousands of free Kindle titles available at any given moment. Hit up the link below to load your Kindle up with freebies.


Jason Fitzpatrick is a warranty-voiding DIYer who spends his days cracking opening cases and wrestling with code so you don't have to. If it can be modded, optimized, repurposed, or torn apart for fun he's interested (and probably already at the workbench taking it apart). You can follow him on if you'd like.

  • Published 01/10/13

Comments (11)

  1. TheFu

    I love you, man!

  2. Straspey

    Is it just me – or does this place seem to be “Kindle-Centric” when it comes to eReaders ?

    Some of us use the Color Nook – and actually chose it over the Kindle after doing our comparative research between the two readers.

    We’d love to see some articles offering tips, advice and resources for the many Nook users out there.

    Thanks !

  3. Ruja

    Great for my new Kindle! I’m currently reading on it “Twenty Thousand Miles under the Seas” (public domain). You can find many books in Project Gutenberg and in Wikisource too.

  4. kelltic

    I’m not looking for freebies, which are either classics or, too often, written by the grammerly challenged. Before everybody starts screaming, I’m not saying that is always the case, only that it takes hours and hours to find a decently written – newer – book amongst the $0.00 offerings. On the other hand, I won’t pay more than $5.00 for an e-book. If I have to pay that much, I’ll buy it from Barnes & Noble in paperback (my preferred format).

    I do find digging through Amazon’s Kindle book list tiring and time consuming. I hope Freebook Sifter comes out with a version for paid e-books.

  5. Soperman

    I couldn’t agree with Straspey more. I too did my research and chose the Nook HD over a Kindle. Articles with references and resources would be very much appreciated. We can’t be the only ones.

  6. Joel

    Let me put in my two cents for the Color NOOK also. I spent a great deal of time before making my selection and wish you would recognize those of us who like the NOOK better.

  7. Terri

    OT to Ruja – The English title is 20000 Leagues under the Sea. FYI 1 League = 5.5 kilometers or 3.4 miles, so the depth is much greater than implied by ‘miles.’

  8. Paul

    In keeping with the pedantry in this thread, it’s “grammatically” (@kelltic). However, I suspect you might have been waiting for someone for point that out, in which case 8/10 :)

  9. Ushindi

    I’ve asked several times in the past for equal time for the Nook at HTG – haven’t made much of an impression so far, it seems.

  10. Jenny Jones

    I have a Kindle Fire HD and I love this thing. It was easy to understand and I love the interface. Here’s the one I have on Amazon If you’re looking for a tablet you should check it out, I think it’s very underrated.

  11. Paul O' Sullivan

    Now, if only there were a way to automate downloading all of these books.

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