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Old 09-05-2012, 09:36 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by SteveEisenberg View Post
14 day maximum borrowing, I see. Brooklyn also does that, and it can be a problem for me. I'd rather wait longer and get the book for 3 weeks.
What are the chances that a book you have on hold becomes available just as You're finishing one you're currently reading? 14 days could be a problem for anyone who has a life and isn't a speed-reader. When I have a library book become available while I'm in the middle of another one, I use Calibre with a special add-on to remove the DRM/expiry and read it when I can, then delete it.
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