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Another Friend of HAIF is kbookcycle.

This Houston-based web site lets you share your Kindle-formatted e-books with other Kindle users. Even better -- it lets you borrow Kindle e-books from other people. I've tested it with a couple of books, and it works well.

As of this posting, there's about 200 books available for lending, but the more people who join, the more books become available!

http://kbookcycle.com/

And you don't have to have an actual Kindle to read Kindle e-books. There are Kindle programs which let you read Kindle books on the iPhone, iPad, Android, Mac, Windows, and probably that fancy new toaster you regifted.

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