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The Top 100 Free Classic eBooks

This is the 100 most popular downloads on I was inspired by the Reddit post by u/hackeryarn at: …which in turn was inspired by u/Chtorr at: You can duplicate this list and use it to keep track of the books you read, and share the list with others.

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Marc Harrison
31st October 2019 in books & literature
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Since 2008 I have run a small book club for a group of friends. We meet every second month over dinner and a glass of wine. It's a great way to stimulate an interesting conversation with a group of friends, and also some discipline to keep us reading regularly. I often say to people that for the price of a few books and a few hours reading time, we've learned so much it almost feels like cheating! For anyone interested in doing more reading and wanting to know where to start, I have marked the books that I recommend that everyone read.


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Anyone who’s ever been round to our offices knows that book are a big part of our lives at AirTree. Our little office bookcase is constantly growing and changing as founders, friends and family all drop by and borrow a book or two, recommend a few more or lend us something of their own.

We all love totally different things — but at the end of each year we’ve always held a vote to find the book that we loved the most — and we give it as a Christmas gift to our founders.

So if you are looking for some inspiration for a summer read — I’ve collected some recos from the AirTree team below.

With 2020 being such a dumpster fire — I don’t think we’ve ever collectively needed a summer to chill out and read a good book as badly as we do right now. If you have other book recommendations, please leave them in the comments section — we’re always hunting for some new suggestions for the office bookcase.

Enjoy — and have a great break!


Meet the people behind the recommendations:

James Cameron — Investment Team

Akshat Pande — Finance and Ops Officer

Jax Vullinghs — Investment Team

Nick Brown — General Counsel