#1
does anyone know of any sites where you can read books online for free? I still have summer reading I need to get done but I don't have the time to go out to the library. Any help would be appreciated.
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#3
try limewire under text, you'd be surprised....
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#8
Well I can't drive and I don't have time to walk all the way to the library because of football and stuff. I do all my reading and things like that during the deep night.

Thanks for the websites btw
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#9
hahahaha books
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#11
Well I can't really use Sparknotes because I have to write about how I feel about the authors writing style and the three most important sentences in the book in my opinion...I hate my school and its high requirements for reading stuff.
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#13
how exactly do I get the torrents to work? I'm using UTorrent but the downloads won't actually download, I've heard something about torrents not really working if you don't contribute or something like that...
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Sparknotes has gotten me into more jams than out.


That's why you don't copy directly, you paraphrase all the sentences.
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#16
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That's why you don't copy directly, you paraphrase all the sentences.

Nah. I never copy, even from sparknotes. It has given me a false sense of understanding about books in the past.

Nowadays I read well and often enough that I don't even really need sparknotes.
#17
I usually would read the books far ahead of time, but I kind of just moved myself into honors reading at my school so the reading requirements changed drastically so I'm pretty much desperate.
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Well I can't really use Sparknotes because I have to write about how I feel about the authors writing style and the three most important sentences in the book in my opinion...I hate my school and its high requirements for reading stuff.


You can use sparknotes. SN also has the book published online. Go to the page for the book, and on the right side it should say something like "Classic Books
Read the classic text for free online."
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