This past Christmas I was toying with the idea of getting e-readers for my wife and myself. I decided against it, but not before I’d done quite a bit of research on it. I decided that the nook was probably the best, with the kindle and sony not too far behind. I also found out that the nook has quite a few “apps” for other devices. You can download them here.
So, for whatever reason, last night I decided to see if a book I’d read when I was younger is avaliable online. I not only found it, it was FREE!
Check it out. Even if you don’t want to read “The Child Buyer” by John Hersey, you can find other free books at Barnes and Noble online, and you don’t need an e-reader to read them. You can, for example, type “free” into the search window. They have apps for iPads, iPhones, Android phones, blackberries PCs, and Macs, maybe more.
I’d give you a book report on “The Child Buyer” but I want to read it again, first. It’s been awhile. All I remember is it’s about a kid who’s going to become part of a computer.
Are there any books from your younger days you’d like to read again?
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