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Amazon The Kindle Paperwhite is one of the best purchases I've made recently because it makes reading so much more convenient and accessible. I wind down at night with a good book instead of scrolling mindlessly through social media, and I see long commutes as an opportunity rather than an annoyance.
When I first got my Kindle, I was under the impression that all ebooks were cheap, and while they're certainly more affordable than a paperback or hardcover book, some still go for up to .
If you're an avid reader with an ever-expanding library, these costs can add up quickly. And if you're like me and hesitate to spend that much on a book that you're not sure you'll enjoy or want to keep forever, then you might also feel stuck. I set out to figure out how to access more books without the financial burden and discovered options that ensure I'll never have to pay full-price for an ebook again.
Whether you're looking to cut down on costs or are more of a book borrower than a book owner, these five sites and subscriptions will help you maximize your book consumption for less money and commitment.
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