An Amish Romance Reader’s Dream

by Jul 18, 2014Books0 comments

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I’m underwhelmed. Amazon’s Oyster-like subscription service appears to me to be a repackaging of the odd amalgamation of books already in the Kindle Owner’s Lending Library.

The Religion & Spirituality category is indeed chock full of Amish romance—and hundreds of books and authors I’ve never heard of.

I haven’t made an exhaustive search, but enough to conclude for myself that Oyster is a far better choice. They really had some good books—I just can’t read them on my Kindle. Too bad.

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