Bookworms rejoice: Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited use has launched Down Under
November 8, 2016 - Kindle Unlimited
Having already launched a while ago in a US and UK, Amazon’s Kindle Unlimited subscription use has finally landed in Australian today.
Kind of like Spotify for bookworms, Kindle Unlimited offers over a million titles to review for a monthly cost of $13.99 after a 30 day giveaway hearing duration – that’s reduction than a cost of your normal bookstore purchase, though some-more than a cost of a library card, supposing we stay divided from late fees.
Subscribers can puncture into bestsellers like a Harry Potter series, Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Enigma, City of Bones, and The Dressmaker, as good as tens of thousands of titles from Australian authors, including The Ladies of Missalonghi, Before It Breaks, Mullumbimby and Tess McCallum’s Outback Romance Series.
Alternatively, we could instead select to review a initial judgment of Moby Dick over and over, until you’ve indeed assured yourself that your name is Ishmael.
Rekindle your adore of reading
The use also offers an huge operation of Kindle-exclusive titles, such as Torn Trousers by Andrew St. Pierre White, Sleep Tight by Rachel Abbott and The Dead Series by Helen Durrant, and if we cite brief stories, a use also provides hundreds of books that are 100 pages or fewer, including Kindle Singles from achieved authors like John le Carre, Stephen King and Carol Drinkwater.