OK, that is great, but there are some details that many people may not know, such as: Apparently a lot of people are getting a little upset trying to find the way to upload their own ebooks to their Google eBook account, but for the moment that is not possible! To clarify this a Google employee has posted in a Google Books forum: One other thing to keep in mind is that if you travel outside the U.S., before going to the airport make sure that you sync all the ebooks you want to read, that way you can continue reading without interruptions. For more information check this page Offline reading. Resources where you can find some Google Books answers

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