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Re: What are the best eBook Libraries with the best selection?

You can get a free library card where you live.  That is where I would go first.  If you are looking for the biggest widest selection then you will have to pay a yearly fee for another to another library for a card or a subscription service.  I would start googling to find something that fits your needs.  I know with libraries there are often waiting lines for popular books which is no big deal if your libaray card is free, but if you are paying a yearly fee for it then that is another matter.  So if I was going to pay a yearly fee for something I would go with a subscription service with I would have no wait times.