Kindle owners can borrow more than 100 New York Times Bestsellers and thousands of other titles with an annual Amazon Prime Membership, according to a release.
The Kindle Owners' Lending Library allows those with the popular e-reader, which sells for $79, to borrow a book a month with no due dates with a Prime Membership, which costs $79 annually.
Check it out with a free trial membership or, college students and those with an .EDU email address can get a yearly Prime Membership for free with Amazon Student.)
Better yet, borrow a Kindle book from your library. In September, Amazon made Kindle books available for free at over 11,000 libraries.
The $79 annual Prime Membership also entitles Amazon shoppers to free two-day shipping and unlimited streaming of nearly 13,000 movies and TV shows, too.
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