Reading books and writing books that are two side of a coin. And there are many websites for book lovers who like to read books online or offline buy them or review them. You can share similar activities with other online users.
All website are unique in a way with slight similarities.
In this post I have covered 30 websites related to reading, reviewing, buying, free downloading etc.
Shellfari is one of those websites which are loved by book lovers. It’s a social network but only for book lovers. You can build your virtual bookshelf, you can find a book and see what other reader are reading or discussing.
2. Gutenberg Project:
Gutenberg project is the first producer of the electronic books. There are over 30,000 free books for download.
Google books are now a large collection of books. There are many books and magazines on many subjects in many categories. And many of books are available for free download. You can view either a few pages or all pages of a book, and if you like you can buy from original publisher.
Perhaps you will already be familiar with Scribd, it is also a good place for book lovers, many books are illegally placed on this website many times. But now you can buy books and sell books.
5. Good Reads:
You can get great book recommendations, and can keep track of what you read and what you like to read.
6. Book Crossing:
here you can share your passion of the books. A book also can have a life just you have to sign up for a free account.
7. Book Mooch:
This is an interesting service I found if you want to get books you have to give books. Just tell which book you want to give away and give it, after you can ask for a book of your choice.
8. Paper Back Swap:
This is also similar to above one, which you want to swap just tell, send it to him, who request for it, and you can choose for yourself from more than 4 million books.
9. Library Thing:
This website is like a home for your books, it has over 9000,000 book lovers or members. You can get 200 books for free and after 10$ for one year, and 25$ for life.
10. What Should I Read Next:
This website can suggest you what you should read, just enter the book name and its author’s name, then you can create your own list and also get registered.
11. All Readers:
This website has book reviews, search almost any famous book to read it’s review. There is everything.
12. We Read:
Discover, books, play book quiz, share reading with others, find people with similar interest. You can read books online.
13. Book Jetty:
Here you can track those books which you want to read or have read. You can embed your bookshelf on your blog, and can search Amazon book catalog.
You can write review of any book you read. You can maintain a reading list and share with others. You can create groups and participate.
15. Book Finder:
Website has a list of over 150 million books. You can search a book either by writer and book name or ISBN number. This website is for them who want to buy books.
16. Free Book Spot:
This website is another source of free books download. You can search and download books in many languages and in many categories.
17. Fantastic Fictions:
This is another place for book shopping for fictions.
18. Teen Reads:
This site is for teenager book readers, and books of their interest.
19. Book Share:
This website for US students an d free, who has qualifying disabilities. This project is supported by the U.S. Department of Education
20. Classic Bookshelf:
This website is for classic books in electronic format. You can read free books.
21. Red Room:
You can become a Red Room author.
This site is an resource for readers. You can get information about fictions and non fictions.
23. Connect Via Books:
Make friends, connect with other, share reviews.
24. Rare Book Room:
This is an educational website, here you can some great books.
25. Readers Read:
Read excerpts from hottest books and if like buy them
26. Reading Group Guide:
Another site for book lovers.
Bookblutton is for social reading, You start a book, adopt a book and meet online.
You can show your books, find new books and share with others.
You can compare book prices and save money.
Booklamp helps you find books through a computer based analysis of written DNA.