Originally Posted by wallcraft
The very latest FBReader version 0.8.6c (released last night) has initial support for .epub. The TOC isn't recognized yet, and CSS/fonts (and tables) are generic issues for FBReader.
MobiPocket says that their Windows Reader 6.0 will convert .epub files to .mobi, but this did not work on any of the files I tried from Adobe.
The lack of proper CSS support is embarassing for Epub in FBReader: it's a pretty important feature of Epub.
But initial support also mean that people with the iLiad will be able to use Epub files pretty soon.