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Official Downloads:

Above you’ll find links to downloadable editions of the text of Little Brother. These downloads are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-ShareAlike license, which lets you share it, remix it, and share your remixes, provided that you do so on a noncommercial basis. Some people don’t understand why I do this — so check out this post if you want my topline explanation for why I do this crazy thing.

It’s kind of a tradition around here that my readers convert my ebooks to their favorite formats and send them to me here, and it’s one that I love! If you’ve converted these files to another format, send them to me and I’ll host them, but before you do, make sure you read the following:

  • Only one conversion per format, first come, first serve. That means that if someone’s already converted the file to a Femellhebber 3000 document, that’s the one you’re going to find here. I just don’t know enough about esoteric readers to adjudicate disputes about what the ideal format is for your favorite device.
  • Make sure include a link to the reader as well. When you send me an ebook file, make sure that you include a link to the website for the reader technology as well so that I can include it below.
  • No cover art. The text of this book is freely copyable, the cover, not so much. The rights to it are controlled by my publisher, so don’t include it with your file.
  • No DRM. The Creative Commons license prohibits sharing the file with “DRM” (sometimes called “copy-protection”) on it, and that’s fine by me. Don’t send me the book with DRM on it. If you’re converting to a format that has a DRM option, make sure it’s switched off.

Fan conversions:

107 Responses to “Download Little Brother For Free”

  1. David Simpson

    Just finished “Little Brother.” You’ve got me thinking—thank you.
    I’m toying with the idea of assigning the book (or the audio) in my Fall semester Web2.0 tools course for first-year students. Any chance that I could arrange my students sending you some questions?

    Keep up the good work.
    David Simpson,
    Professor of Psychology

  2. Soumya

    Cory, your book is absolutely brilliant. My eyes had never been opened to the dire consequences of letting the government get out of hand (I’ve only just started reading 1984), and although the novel left me pretty scared, it showed me how suddenly things can change, and how important it is that we prevent the government from taking over our lives. I started reading the books you listed in your bibliography, and I’m reading The Hacker Crackdown right now. I checked out EFF’s site and subscribed to the mailing list, but unfortunately I was too late to sign on to the OECD petition. I thank you for inspiring me to return to my passion for technology and electronic freedom. I really, really loved the novel and just wanted to let you know that I hold it in the highest regard. Obviously, I downloaded it (read the whole damn thing on a PSP screen) but as soon as I can get enough money together (I’m 15 and without employment) I’ll definitely buy it. You definitely deserve the money. Keep up the great work!

  3. Spiritus ex Machina

    Chapters 3, 4, and the last part of chapter 20 are some of the most frightening, disturbing fiction I’ve ever read, in a reading career that spans five decades. These chapters begin to give the barest hint of what happens to the “detainees” the U.S. Govt has squirreled away.

    Read this book! Act on what you learn!

    Sp00ky

  4. WeCanChangeTheWorld

    I figure this comment could probably go either here or on the donate page (due to the connection with libraries).

    Anyway, I know that some libraries now have a feature that allows their patrons to download audiobooks. I haven’t tried it myself so I don’t know too much about the details, but a search of “public library” “download audiobooks” gives a sampling of some of the libraries which do this. I was thinking that Little Brother would be a great candidate book to make available to these libraries in audiobook format.

    A company called Overdrive announced back in March “that it will expand its catalog of download audiobooks to include titles in MP3 format without DRM”, and they are “the leading digital book distributor” to libraries.

    Seems like it should be able to work out somehow, in other words…

  5. Bilal

    plz send me a book whos title is

    ” Decline of the west”

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