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Old 01-02-2013, 07:35 PM   #9
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Originally Posted by John F View Post
Even Amazon could use some work. I was interested in what was available in the lending library, and no way to see the full catalog without buying (never mind "just logging in") a Kindle (or so I was told by support).
You can view a list of ebooks in the Kindle Owners' Lending Library on your computer by using this search link. There are currently 265,440 ebooks in the KOLL.

In order to actually borrow the ebooks, you do have to own a Kindle, have an Amazon Prime subscription, and have an account in the US, UK, Germany, or France. You can borrow one ebook per calendar month.

You can browse for the ebooks on your computer and add selections to an Amazon "Wish List." When you're ready to borrow an ebook, go to the Amazon store on your Kindle and pull up that Wish List.
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