eBooks – Revolutionising Reading Habits
For today’s time-deprived corporate community and gadget-obsessed youth, eBooks have come up as a great technology as they allow you to read on your handheld devices
For today’s time-deprived corporate community and gadget-obsessed youth, eBooks have come up as a great technology as they allow you to read on your handheld devices, while on the move, without carrying a bulky book along. All you need to do is download ebook on your internet-enabled mobile phone, tablet, Kindle or Kobo ereader and start reading.
What is an eBook?
- An electronic avatar of the good ol’ printed book
- A book you can read conveniently on your handheld device or laptop/PC
Why are eBooks ‘In’?
Read all you want, instantly!
- Download and read eBooks instantly
- No need to browse dusty bookshelves to search for your favourite tome. Ebooks are easily searchable, downloadable and storable.
Convenience in your device
- No more bulky books to carry. All your books stored neatly on your personal device.
- Go green! Save trees.
More than just reading
- Instant access to any section of an eBook
- Highlight, take notes, bookmark pages or use the inbuilt dictionary
- Discover exciting eBooks through our recommendations
Save time and money
- No need to run to the bookstores. Browse the virtual store and download
- EBooks are usually cheaper than its print counterpart
Websites from where you can download eBooks
eBooks.com is a website dedicated to buying and reading eBooks. The eBooks at eBooks.com are compatible with devices including Kindle Fire, Apple, Android, Nook, Kobo, PC, Mac, and Sony Reader.
You can find anything from the 2013 Man Booker Prize winner, The Lumanaries by Eleanor Catton, to classics like War and Peace by Leo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy at this website.
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