Command Line Interface app to download ebooks
BookCut is a Python Command Line Interface tool, that help the user to download free e-books, organise them in folders by genre, retrieve book details by ISBN or title, get a list with all the books from a writer and save them to .txt file.
- Python 3
- Install with pip:
pip install bookcut #or if you have also Python 2 pip3 install bookcut
- Or manually install:
git clone https://github.com/costis94/bookcut #ensure that setup is already the newest version python -m pip install --upgrade setuptools #cd to bookcut directory sudo python setup.py install
- Download a single book:
bookcut book -b "White Fang" -a "Jack London"
- Download a list of books:
bookcut list "FreeEbooksToDownload.txt"
- Organise a folder full of e-books to folders according to genre:
bookcut organise "full/path/to/folder"
- Search LibGen, output the results and download e-book:
bookcut search -t 'Homer Odyssey'
- Get the details of a book by title and author, or simply ISBN.
bookcut details -b 'Homer Iliad'
- Get a list with all the books from an author,with an option to save to .txt:
bookcut all-books -author 'Stephen King'
- Add more sources with free e-books
- Fix organiser so it can use all types of files
- Add a logger.
Please use the bookcut app to download only free e-books that are legally distributing through Libgen. Bookcut contributors do not have any responsibility for the use of the tool.
Pull requests are welcome, this is my first project so be kind. For major changes, please open an issue first to discuss what you would like to change.
Please make sure to update tests as appropriate.
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