With the growth of e-books, I guess this makes sense. I do find it funny that they use the term e-book rental. When talking about books, it is usually always in the terms of “lending.” I wonder if this is different as they do call it a “paid” library as well. So I guess rental makes sense because in normal libraries you are “lent” books without a fee.
Given that there is a wide range of pricing for e-books [from insanely cheap to basically the exact same cost as a printed book], it makes me wonder what their pricing schema will be…
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Do you think a e-book library will be a big hit with the growth of e-books and readers?
- Up Next on Amazon: Digital Library? (epicagear.com)
- Amazon Kindle ‘Lending Library’ breaks 100,000 titles (digitaltrends.com)