Many of you want to become part of the bookworm community, and the best start for you is to read free books. Once you become a dedicated reader, you seize every opportunity to read because there’s no greater pleasure than immersing yourself in a good book. Reading is not just a task; it’s a way of life.
Books can change your life and have such a profound impact that nothing and no one could have achieved before. Perhaps that’s why the famous author Roald Dahl once said, “If you are going to get anywhere in life, you have to read a lot of books.”
Unsorted Books can genuinely teach you anything. Whether you want to learn coding, painting, start a business, or any other skill or knowledge, books offer guidance. Did you know who the most famous bookworm in the world is, the one who managed to achieve great things through reading? The answer is Elon Musk, the founder of SpaceX. Whenever someone asks him how he learned to build rockets, he says, “I read books.”
So, for anything you want to learn, all you need to do is turn to a book. Whatever it is, reading can help you. A book is to the mind what exercise is to the body. As the English author Joseph Addison of the 17th century once wrote, “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” Maybe you are one of those people who enjoy listening to audiobooks, so your journey into reading starts with listening to free audiobooks.
The most famous platform for free books, Feedbooks, has decided to support the bookworm community by offering a vast collection of free audiobooks and ebooks in their archives, so book enthusiasts can access the latest and most popular free books, both in Persian and other languages, without any cost. All you have to do is visit the Feedbooks website and app and take a step into the world of books.
Reading story-centered books is fascinating and enjoyable for everyone. Listening to others’ stories is always intriguing, and if the story captivates you, you’ll be more eager to read it. One of the best-selling free books is “Marg Payan Kabootar Nist” (The Pigeon Isn’t a Messenger) by Parviz Kalantari.
The story of this book goes back many years. A child wrote on his home wall with a piece of coal, “If you want to get to know me, follow this line.” The child continued drawing lines on walls, moving from one house to another and from one neighborhood to another, and when he reached himself, he saw that he had become lost in an unfamiliar neighborhood, far from his home.
You might ask why he doesn’t follow the line back to his house. His problem was the same; he had twisted the lines so much that the path to his house had become as tangled as a skein of thread, and he didn’t know where to go. I recommend downloading the free book “Marg Payan Kabootar Nist” and other storybooks on the Feedbooks website and app.
Jalal Al-e Ahmad is one of the well-known Iranian authors and translators, and it’s safe to say that almost every Iranian has read his works and become fond of them. He has produced many works, but one of the most popular is “Bachehaye Ma” (Our Children). This book tells the story of a woman who has divorced her first husband and remarried another man.
She has a child from her first husband and has taken the child with her to her new husband’s house. Her current husband has no desire to raise another man’s child and asks her to take her son away. She abandons the child and leaves him on the streets. The story of this book takes various twists and turns, which, combined with Jalal Al-e Ahmad’s writing style, makes it one of the rich Persian stories for you to enjoy. The free audiobook version of “Bachehaye Ma” is available on Feedbooks, and all you have to do is search for it and listen.