I’m not ashamed to admit just how excited I was when Amazon announced Unlimited this summer. I read a lot. Perhaps an unhealthy amount — at home, on the train, at restaurants and coffee shops and at the gym. I burn through books like the dystopian government in Fahrenheit 451.
Granted, I grimaced at the prospect of paying $10 for yet another online subscription, but given the amount of money I pump into Amazon’s e-book store on a monthly basis, Unlimited actually sounded like the opportunity to save some money in the long run
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But there’s bound to be some caveats — particularly with a new service — and …