- — David Abrams (@davidabrams1963)Wed, Mar 28 2012 16:57:29@paperhaus Cather, Conrad, Defoe, Hardy, Jack, London, Eliot, Conan Doyle, GK Chesterton, Rebecca West, Wilkie Collins. To name just a few.
- — Yvonne Jones (@MarijaynSays)Wed, Mar 28 2012 18:54:21Jane Eyre. Apparently 2 print copies weren't enough. RT @latimesbooks What public domain ebooks have you downloaded to iPad/phone/ereader?
- — Christopher Cox (@YeahThatChris)Wed, Mar 28 2012 16:59:30@paperhaus lots of HG Wells, Byington's Choctaw-english Dictionary, Conan Doyle, 19th C nonfiction where I can find it.
- — Mark Haskell Smith (@encurtido)Wed, Mar 28 2012 17:55:49@paperhaus I love me some Chekhov short stories. Here's a good primer: http://www.guardian.co.uk/books/2010/feb/06/anton-chekhov-short-stories …
- — Carly Kocurek (@sparklebliss)Wed, Mar 28 2012 17:18:48@paperhaus I got Frankenstein, Dracula, and a lot of other classic horror. Dracula was mind blowingly good -- I hadn't read it before.
- — Deniz Kuypers (@denizkuypers)Wed, Mar 28 2012 18:38:35@latimesbooks mostly classics and the oddity "Alleged Haunting of B-- House" by JP Crichton (probably no relation to Michael)
- — Anwesha Basu (@AnweshaBasu)Wed, Mar 28 2012 18:35:08
- — Scott Forbes (@somesmart)Wed, Mar 28 2012 18:53:04@latimesbooks I've downloaded too many to list but actually read The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes and Journey to the Interior of the Earth
- — Carol Bartold (@cbartoldwrite)Wed, Mar 28 2012 19:13:51@latimesbooks First and favorite public domain ebook I've downloaded-Middlemarch. I'll never tire of this wonderful book.
Public domain downloads
What public domain books are on your iPad? (or phone, tablet, or ereader)
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