According to the BBC, there are 100 “must read” books, from classics to children’s books, to current best sellers. The BBC believes that the average person will only read six books off this list in their entire lives!
Why not take a look through the list, and see which ones you have already read (watching any movie adaptations doesn’t count!), and for the ones you haven’t, why not download them onto your Reader?! You may well be pleasantly surprised at the brilliance and joy of such a diverse range of international bestsellers! Don’t forget, your Reader (PRS-650) can also play audio books – so some of these titles you may want to download and ‘listen’ to as opposed to reading – that counts too!
To keep the list of books handy – why not also download this list onto your Reader (download the attached PDF file and copy it across), so you can tick them off as you finish them. Remember, with the Reader “Notes” tool and the “On Screen Annotation” ability, you can highlight the ones you liked, or comment on (and within) the ones you want to reference or recommend to your family and friends!
WARNING: The Reader device should never be ejected under the following conditions or permanent damage to the Reader device may occur:
A data transfer is in progress
Your computer is accessing the Reader device or compatible memory card inserted in the Reader device.
A file in the Reader device or a compatible memory card in the Reader device is open.
If you are not transferring any data and would like to disconnect your Reader device, click the eject button in the Reader (eBook) Library software. The message on your Reader device will now be USB connected and you can safely remove the connection or continue to charge.
On the Account Overview page, under the My Library , click View and/or Download purchased ebooks
On the My Purchased Content page, you will see a list of all titles that you have purchased. Click to select the book that you want to download and then click on Download Now. The book will be downloaded to your library.
Redownload Periodicals (Newspapers and Magazines):
Open the Reader Library Software.
In the Reader Library window, click the eBook Store link in the left pane.