I'm setting up a kindle for a relative and she's interested in a lot of classic public domain books to start. Would I be better with loading the Amazon versions or directly from Project Gutenberg?
I know the Amazon ones would be handy on her account that I'm managing, but does anyone know if the Amazon versions get updated for errors often?
I looked at one ebook from Project Gutenberg and the last 5% of it was a bunch of legalese saying you can do pretty much what you want with the book. It went on for pages. Not a major issue, but extra junk isn't really needed.
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