Originally Posted by pholy
Yep, you just use the ADE desktop software to download the book and put it in its library folder, and then tell the ADE to copy it to the Kobo (assuming you have registered your Kobo with ADE), or just drag it over yourself.
I'm good to go with ADE - I've used it for library e-books.
Thanks! That helps and that's great that I can also use Sony books - some books are $6 cheaper!
A couple that I was interested are US only
but it's still nice to have a second option.