If you go on to the Amazon site, there are lots of free books to download. A lot of them are classics, but, hey ho, I never read them when younger, so why not now. There are a few by Homer as well, Odysseus and The Illiad, both free.
Message posted by flynnmo on 12 May 2011 at 10:07pm - IP Logged
I didn't really want a Kindle, I'm a "book" person. However, I was given one as a Christmas present and am totally converted! I will be taking it on holiday. It currently has 35 books in it, a mixture of thrillers, factual, biographies, old favourites, classics, and "Little Women" and "What Katy Did" - going to relive a little bit of my childhood you see! Will take up no luggage space or weight. I can chop and change books depending on my mood, and can add books at any time (they are also usually a good bit cheaper than from a bookshop), and as already stated, lots are free. Long live Kindle!! Moyra
Millenium Trilogy fantastic, but don't read either Trespass or Room, far too deep for holiday reading. I'm just reading Keeper of Secrets by Judith Cutler, very good but written in old English. I have A matter of Trust by Robin Pilcher and The Other Family by Joanna Trollopeo to take next week and hopefully swap when I've read them.
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