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Ok, so this is where I get my Textbooks & Ebooks. https://sites.google.com/site/themetalib...ry-genesis

I usually use http://gen.lib.rus.ec that is the first site listed. I will sometimes try the others if Libgen does not have the book. Search for your book, clicking the title will take you to a second page, click the title again... and then click get after that... if nothing loads start your search over & click on "mirrors" to the right of each title. 

https://imgur.com/a/4uKFD Here are slides to assist in downloading... PM me if you need help sometimes it can be confusing.
Hey WH,
I have used LibGen before and its an incredible resource. Going to check out the others now. Thanks RM
(01-31-2018, 02:02 AM)Rafterman Wrote: [ -> ]Hey WH,
I have used LibGen before and its an incredible resource. Going to check out the others now. Thanks RM

Thanks for the words Rafterman. It really is a great resource. I need something similar for Audiobooks.
Thank you for sharing this wonderful source. Libgen is a fantastic tool. I have literally hundreds of ebooks downloaded from there and from other sources just sitting on a drive. Too bad I prefer to read a hard copy.
(02-01-2018, 06:44 PM)thegreaseman Wrote: [ -> ]Thank you for sharing this wonderful source. Libgen is a fantastic tool. I have literally hundreds of ebooks downloaded from there and from other sources just sitting on a drive. Too bad I prefer to read a hard copy.

I am the same way. I prefer paper books. But It is great to travel and have a library... instead of 1 or 2 paper books. 

Thanks TheGreaseman
I've always wondered how Libgen works. How on earth are they able to collect so many different books? Where do they get them from? I've even seen rare books from small publishers on that site.