Getting these books for yourself.
Getting free books.
You can probably find most of them at your local library, but some of them you'll decide you have to have for your own. I'll always try to give you enough information to find the book for yourself. Many of these books are in the public domain, and available at Project Gutenberg. If so, you will be able to download them as ASCII (plain text) files by clicking on the link with the Gutenberg symbol () above the review. Some of these are available as ebooks, for the Plucker reader for the Palm OS™, and other formats. The link with the Plucker symbol () above the review will take you to the Manybooks site, where you can download them.
Buying paper books
If you're like me, you'll prefer to have a real book in your hands. The ones which are in print you can order through your local bookstore, or from one of the big online book stores. Those which are no longer in print you may be able to order used from an online used book shop.
I've provided links to Amazon.com, which you can click on to order the book from them. If you use those links, I will get a small bit of Amazon's profit from the sale. If you go to Amazon some other way, you'll pay the same price, but I won't get a penny of it. By using the link I provide, you can help me out, without spending a penny extra. My family and I will appreciate it (and maybe my wife will forgive me for the time I spend writing these reviews!).