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Full list starts below and carries on for 22 pages. First paid title you should see is a History of Thailand, but check the price on the left to make sure a title is still free.

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That's a lot of free history books.
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These are great, easy reading books that hit the interesting highlights of the subject. 2-3 hours of reading time is what I have found per book.
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Thanks for sharing.
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History of the Olmecs and History of Wisconsin...quite a diverse spread.
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Thanks so very much OP
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Thanks op
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Can I pay someone to go through and buy the 22 pages of books? I'm already exhausted.
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Amazing choices. I always wait for Fridays to get the Hourly History freebies. Thank you.
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Quote from fitchris :
I always wait for Fridays to get the Hourly History freebies
The what now?
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Quote from Conformer101 :
Can I pay someone to go through and buy the 22 pages of books? I'm already exhausted.

It's not that bad.

I went through through 21 pages, only took the books that seemed interesting, and added over 100 eBooks to my account.

All it took was 20 minutes.


Click on "Buy now with one click", once your order is confirmed, press delete or backspace (whichever works to go back one page on your computer), and repeat for every book you want. Wink
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Last year I went fishing with Salvador Dali. He was using a dotted line. He caught every other fish.

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Wow thanks. I now have way more history related books than I can get around to reading.

Lol, went down a rabbit hole, and found a related author that published something with Captivating History as well.

That author (Matt Clayton) has a bunch of free books as well, but on Mythology of different civilizations.

A lot less, but up to 4 pages of books free. First paid title you see should be Persian Mythology: Captivating Myths of Gods, Goddesses, Heroes, and Legendary Creatures.

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Quote from bboisvert :
The what now?
Search Hourly History anywhere and go to their blog. Updated every Friday and books are free on Amazon until Sunday.
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Search Hourly History anywhere and go to their blog. Updated every Friday and books are free on Amazon until Sunday.
Done. Thanks! Peace
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