Search Engine for finding Ebooks
1. Ebook Engine: This engine will connect you to free ebooks and ebook sites like Project Gutenberg, Archive.org, Feedbooks.com and others.
2. PDF Search Engine: Search for PDF versions of ebooks using this tool, which also features an ebook search toolbar for Firefox.
3. Ebooksearchengine.com: Search ebooks in various languages in PDF or .doc forms here.
4. Google Books: Google Books offers an impressive database of searchable titles in non-fiction, fiction, poetry, self help, science, reference and more. Not all books can be accessed for free in full text, but you will at least find shopping information for each book.
5. PDFse: This is another ebook search for PDF texts, complete with a tag cloud, keyword search box, and alphabetical glossary.
6. Open Library: This beta open source site claims to have “one web page for every book,” and gives you the choice of searching fully scanned titles only.
7. eLibrary: eLibrary is a good tool for searching reference books, self-help titles, instructional books and training guides.
8. Bibliomania: Literature nerds can browse classic works, including poetry, drama, short stories and novels, at Bibliomania.
9. Project Gutenberg: Project Gutenberg is the original search engine and archive of ebooks, specializing in old and classic texts.
10. Digital Book Index: You can search plenty of subcategories in umbrella sections like authors, subjects, keywords or publishers from the Digital Book Index, which has over 100,000 titles.
11. The Online Books Page: The University of Pennsylvania supports book search engine for classics and more modern works that can be read online, downloaded, and saved.
12. Etext Center: The University of Virginia’s ebook collections contain over 2,100 works, from classics, American history, children’s literature and more.