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Old 11-16-2010, 08:59 AM   #2
AndyfromVA
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Device: Nook 1E, K3, K4, Paperwhite 2
There is no way to legally read EPUB library books with a Kindle. Some Kindle advocates insist there are things you can do to the EPUB files so the Kindle can read them. But those ways are not legal. Personally, I don't see why anyone would want to get involved with such a moral and legal mess while there are many ereaders that do read EPUB library books, such as the Nook, Kobo, Sony ereaders, and more.

Edit: While I am considering the purchase of a Kindle 3 I will continue to use my Nook to download library books.

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