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Ubiquitous PDF: PDF eBooks-Library

September 03, 2009

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After my last Ubiquitous PDF post, I was contacted by the people responsible for another subscription-based store of PDF content. After checking out the site, I was really impressed with the range and sheer volume of content that was available.

The site is called eBooks-Library (as the title of this post indicates), and is well worth a look, in my humble opinion. In the site's own words:

One of the largest eBooks repositories on the Web. Whether you're looking for the world's greatest classical literature, historical documents and photos, or keyboard sheet music, the eBooks-Library has it all. Unlike other eBooks stores on the Web, our standard library with over 1,300 authors and composers, more than 8,500 works, 25,400 sub-titles and 720,000 pages is available on an annual subscription basis - STILL ONLY 30 (approx. $45) for the first year. Simply subscribe, then download what you want, when you want it! No extra payments are necessary. What's more, as a subscriber, you're eligible for an automatic 10% discount off of all our Contemporary Authors works.

Until next time, happy hunting!

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