Free Kindle books by a search engine: Jungle Search – a partial website review

If you want to read this blog post, it MAY mean that I’m not the only one who used to wonder how to get a Kindle E-book for 0 $.

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A screen capture from jungle-search.com, a website featuring advanced search engine for specific items at the popular online shoppingmall: amazon.com

I have definitely been missing some serious free help online. I just discovered the website ‘www.jungle-search.com‘ a few days ago. This website makes searching on amazon for specific items within specific price ranges and discount offers a bliss. If you want to find a deal on sun glasses, for example, just go there and select the item category, fill in the form to specify %discount or your desired price range and click the button ‘search amazon.com‘ and you’re done. The search engine opens a new windows with your amazon search results where you can browse to your heart’s content.

As for me, I like sampling books, old and new. Kindle is a great alternative for readers nowadays. There are a lot of unkown ‘free’ Kindle ebooks out there, both old and new and both on and off the public domain. Searching for free Kindle ebooks with jungle-search.com is quick and easy. For example, I want to search for Kindle books about ‘bitcoins’. There are many paid books on the topic but it would be nice if I can start to study the topic with a free book first. I went to jungle-search.com’s ‘Kindle’ tab and filled ‘bitcoin’ in the title section and 0$ to 0$ as the minimum and maximum price. I got 5 results. However, when I tried to be more specific and I determined that the ‘free book’ should include ‘Kindle Unlimited Eligible’, ‘Prime Eligible’, ‘Whisper Sync’ and ‘Word Wise’, I got only 1 result. In any case, all the books are ‘free’ as they are in their promotional period.

As far as I know, everything here is completely legal and is not limited to just ebooks. I hope this longer-than-a-paragraph post is helpful for your next amazon search.

Author: sevenlinerblog

A scientist who loves photography, reading, travelling and playing computer games.

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