Kindle Unlimited Review


Amazon now has a plan which allows subscribers to access unlimited e-books for $9.99 per month.

With the Kindle Unlimited subscription you will have access to over 2,000 audio books as well as over 600,000 titles of e-books.  Of course, this is only a small amount of the books available at Amazon.  Using Kindle Unlimited is similar to using a library.  You can keep 10 books in your Kindle Unlimited library for an indefinite period of time.  When you want to return the books you have borrowed you simply go into your Amazon account, note the books you wish to return and hit the option to return books.  You can continue borrowing books so long as you do not hold more than 10 at any one time.

There are some popular and best selling authors and publishers who do not participate in the Kindle Unlimited Program so you may not find the hottest best seller available.


Subscribing to Kindle Unlimited allows you the freedom to try new authors and different types of books without risking anything.  You will have access to books of comedy, tragedy, mystery, thrillers, romance, classics and much more.

If you are someone who regularly reads three or four books each month then Kindle Unlimited will be an excellent choice for you and will save you money.  If you are someone who only reads a few books each year then Kindle Unlimited is probably not worth the money to you.

If you are an Amazon Prime member you already have access to read one free e-book each month.

If you think Kindle Unlimited will be a benefit to you give it a try.  At this time Amazon is offering a free 30 day trial period for the Kindle Unlimited.  You can cancel within the 30 days with no charge.  If you subscribe and then find that the Kindle Unlimited program is not right for you then you can cancel your subscription at anytime through your Amazon account.