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Our book recommendations, summarized

If I drew a scar on my forehead, what would you immediately think about? Yes, I am referring to this wizard. You know a novel is cult when you talk about it with one mere image, and still everyone will know what you are referring to.
In the picture below, we have gathered eight novels released in the past few weeks. Will they achieve cult status? We cannot know for sure, but in the meantime we’ve tried to summarize them with one icon for each novel! Can you guess what they correspond to?

Latin American literature on Feedbooks

If you ever wondered which Latin American authors were available in English and in ebook, look no further: we have compiled a cloud with all the Latin American authors whose works are available on Feedbooks. If you click on the name of an author, you’ll be redirected to the list of the works you can download on Feedbooks! Now, back to that Clarice Lispector novella…

Revise your geography skills with our selection of new ebook releases

Back to school, everyone. Sharpen your pencils, move the sunscreen away, and have a decent look at the planisphere, and ask yourself this question: are you unbeatable in geography? If not, we’re here to help you, reader! Click on the images and you’ll discover where these books can take you.

A timeline of classic American fiction

For the 4th of July, we’re offering you a timeline of classic American fiction: in a nutshell, a selection of classic American novels and short stories that you can download for free from our public domain section! From Mark Twain to Kate Chopin, there is plenty for you to read while the barbecue’s heating up…

Summer literary tips

There may be lots of lists advising you which book to read depending on how warm or cold it is outside, but we’re not really sure if there is such a thing as summer reading. Should a beach-themed book be discarded as soon as September approaches? Should you avoid bringing the Senate Intelligence Committee Report on Torture with you on holiday? We think you should actually bring it because it’s as necessary as it gets, and also because you should be able to read whatever you want whenever you want! That being said, if you’d like to explore diverse literary paths this summer, we have a few tips for you below.


A History of Money: A NovelThe Cost of CourageHaints StayThe Anger Meridian


The Meursault InvestigationThe Four BooksSigns Preceding the End of the WorldAlexandrian Summer


Love + HateRadishThe Need for Better Regulation of Outer SpaceMake Something Up


Death and Mr PickwickA Little LifeThe Life of Saul BellowDead Wake