where can i read books online?

AuthorTopic: where can i read books online?
Warrior
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the title says it all.

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I was born in Redwall, Raised by bandits, went back to Redwall, became thier champion, and was eventually killed by a raison that was caught in my esophogus......Joy
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Off With Their Heads
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Pretty much any of the sites that turn up from a Google search on "ebooks." Anything in particular you're looking for?

[ Friday, August 19, 2005 10:52: Message edited by: Kelandon ]

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By Committee
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Try Project Gutenberg.
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Warrior
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i'm looking for love hina to answer your question
oh by the way HLPM is very good nice job
can't find love hina yet

[ Friday, August 19, 2005 11:12: Message edited by: Taggerung ]

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I was born in Redwall, Raised by bandits, went back to Redwall, became thier champion, and was eventually killed by a raison that was caught in my esophogus......Joy
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Well, that's out of my field (I guess the title didn't say it all). I say give any of the classics a go instead.

[ Friday, August 19, 2005 12:00: Message edited by: Drew ]
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Warrior
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i went to emanga which is the type of book, novel, whatever, that love hina is They were no help :mad:

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I was born in Redwall, Raised by bandits, went back to Redwall, became thier champion, and was eventually killed by a raison that was caught in my esophogus......Joy
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If you haven't found it online yet, I doubt it is there, and even if it is, it's probably not free.

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Is this what you want?

http://groups.msn.com/MangaOnline2-0/lovehina.msnw?pgmarket=en-us

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You can't just buy the book? That might be more worth it in the long run.

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Agent
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Have some fun at the Baen Free Library.
http://www.baen.com/library/defaultTitles.htm

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Warrior
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Finally a break from the (i think) overly expensive manga novels! $10 Per novel NO MORE!
I wish i was 21 so i could get drunk but i'm not DARN! Haha

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I was born in Redwall, Raised by bandits, went back to Redwall, became thier champion, and was eventually killed by a raison that was caught in my esophogus......Joy
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Is that legal? Is that right? Why was Drakey able to find it, or at least willing to find it?

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—Alorael, who has maybe asked too many questions? Should he have provided another link even though Project Gutenberg and Baen are the extent of his readily available free book knowledge?
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