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    Do you read books on LitNet?

    I've just noticed how many books are provided here for free. Does anyone read on LitNet or are you just here for the forums?

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    No idea, Leopard. Never seen any free books advertised. The Litnet forums are for discussion, I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamwoven View Post
    No idea, Leopard. Never seen any free books advertised. The Litnet forums are for discussion, I believe.
    I didn't mean physical books, there's a whole online library here; http://www.online-literature.com/author_index.php

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    That's an amazing list, and all with links provided! In all my time here I've never known of that website.

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    I think I had been here a year or two before mention of that popped up in someone's post. I'd had no idea either.
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    I have been slowly reading the Scarlet Pimpernel novels here and prior to that both War nd Peace and Anna Karenina, Crime and Punishment, Brothers Karamazov, Great Expectations and simply could NOT get thru Kenilworth--Walter Scoot challenges me beyond my patience to stick with it. So have to commend the site for keeping me occupied in that area at least.

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