FlazX – Direct Download Computing & IT EBooks

Posted by TEAM FILEnetworks | 11/24/2009 | | 13 Comments »

In the past we’ve reviewed BitTorrent trackers as well as sites that offer Direct Download (DDL) links for books in electronic form. FlazX is another website that offers DDL links for Ebooks – this however is a specialized site, rather than something like Gigapedia or EBOOOKIE which index books related to almost every category under the sun.  FlazX’s specialty is IT – you’ll find a lot of books related to computing, telecommunications, software engineering, information systems, etc indexed here. If you are in the field of information technology (either as professional, student or a mere enthusiast), FlazX will be a site that’ll definitely come in handy.


It’s not clear how many books are in FlazX’s index. However the lengthy categories and subcategories list as well as search results for a particular query indicate that they have quite a lot. Just like other similar sites, most of the indexed books are available for download through one click hosting sites such as RapidShare and Easy-Share. But here’s the good part – FlazX offers true direct download links with books hosted on their server, in addition to one click hosting links.

Searching for a book you want on FlazX is pretty easy. You can either browse by category or use the built in search function (if you are looking for exact matches, use double quotes just like in Google Search). In addition to main categories, this site has a really useful feature where you can browse by popular book series. For example, if you browse by the ‘Dummies’ series, all available books in the ‘For Dummies’ series will be shown.

FlazX browse

In case we forgot to mention it, FlazX has a useful feature where you can preview books before download - Download details page for almost every book has a preview powered by Google Books. With this feature around, you won’t be wasting time (and bandwidth) downloading books you don’t need. Another great thing about FlazX is that you don’t need to register to download books. Registration is optional but it’ll provide additional features such as the ability to upload books directly to FlazX’s server as well as to make requests. 

As said earlier this will be a useful site if you have an interest in Information Technology. Check it out.

Site Name: FlazX  (http://www.flazx.com)

Signup URL: http://www.flazx.com/register.php

Note: FlazX has a release blog for eBooks which can be accessed via http://blog.flazx.com/


  1. Adz // 11/24/2009 05:38:00 AM  
    This comment has been removed by the author.
  2. Adz // 11/24/2009 05:40:00 AM  

    I might be completely blind, but I don't see any download links.
    (Not registered)

  3. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 11/24/2009 07:56:00 AM  

    When you click on a title, the details page has a separate section 'ebook download'.

  4. Wheninrome // 11/24/2009 02:04:00 PM  


  5. Norman // 11/24/2009 04:42:00 PM  

    I'm registered and still not seeing a DL link. Reading Lightning's post didn't help. Sorry

  6. Lightning_Struck_Tower // 11/24/2009 09:06:00 PM  

    Can you visit this page http://www.flazx.com/ebook13767.php and check if you still dont see it?

  7. Ian // 11/25/2009 02:59:00 AM  

    Can't find the download link either. No "ebook download" section, besides in the Google ads section.

    I don't see a link on http://www.flazx.com/ebook13767.php either.

    Where on the page is this download link?

  8. OM3GA // 11/25/2009 03:58:00 AM  

    I don't see a dl link either. Anyone figured it out yet?

  9. Arxi // 11/25/2009 04:05:00 AM  

    I can see Dl link even without registration.

    exmaple: go to http://www.flazx.com/ebook5946.php

    click: Download from rapidshare.de

    then you click : "download ebook" (its below ads).


    tnx for such a good blog man! you rox!

  10. Norman // 11/25/2009 04:42:00 AM  

    I think it's an issue with the site
    why some of us aren't seeing the dl link. That was my issue earlier, I finally got it now. So some of us aren't blind or stupid after all.

    Take a look at the screenshot I created:

    PS. I went to the site with another Firefox window and didn't get the dl link. So your luck may be based on the alignment of the moon and the stars :-)

  11. Norman // 11/25/2009 03:08:00 PM  

    Solution !!!
    It's possibly a issue when you're coming from a US IP. I used the proxy referenced in the Zamunda.net article and got the DL link 100% of the time.

    That's it folks, enjoy.

  12. danielrey // 11/25/2009 10:46:00 PM  


  13. MAD // 2/16/2010 07:35:00 AM  

    hay , I tried to open flazx using anonymous websites , but i stil see amazon links not the download links , any idea ?