If you’re rapidly running out of reading material for your Kindle, then you’re not alone. There are a lot of services that offer all the books you care to read for a certain price per month, but not all of them come with the ease of use that Amazon Prime’s one book a month offers. So that’s why Amazon, who started out as an online book seller, is getting back to their roots and offering a great book deal. Amazon is launching Kindle Unlimited today; Kindle Unlimited is an all-you-can-read-and-listen-to plan for $9.99 a month. Unlimited books AND unlimited audiobooks, all for one low price.
For someone like myself, who doesn’t have a lot of time to read, it’s not a great deal. However, if I could listen to audiobooks in the car or at work or wherever I might happen to be… well, then the deal is looking a lot better, especially if these are unabridged audiobooks rather than truncated versions. If I’m listening to something, I want to listen to the whole thing, not just the hits.Technorati Tags: amazon, amazon book rental service, amazon kindle, amazon launches unlimited book service, kindle, kindle unlimited, kindle unlimited service, unlimited book rental service, unlimited book service