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Harry Potter coming to Kindle Lending Library June 19

Amazon made many a reader happy last fall when they introduced the Kindle Lending Library, and they're about to do it all over again. Starting June 19, all seven books in J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter series will be available to borrow from the library. This is on top of the other 145,000 books available, as well as over 100 New York Times bestsellers available through Amazon's program. 

To use the lending library you'll need to have a Kindle device and be an Amazon Prime member, which carries an $80 yearly fee. If this sounds like you, and you're an avid reader, be sure to check them out come June.

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5 Comments
  • Very cool. How long do they remain on device?
  • Until you return it I think. I've had the 3rd Hunger Games book for over a month now.
  • Or you could just download the Overdrive app from the google play store or the Amazon app market and get the same Ebooks for FREE from your local library. Much better idea, than paying Amazon for something you could be getting for FREE. Plus it will help to Support your local libraries. A much better idea IMO...
  • Or you could just go to warez-bb and download them for use with aldiko lol
  • Looks like amazon is competing hard with apple.