For my birthday, I got a six-month subscription to Kindle Unlimited! That's Amazon's fancy system, where you pay $10 a month and you can download whatever eBooks you want! To prevent abuse, they only let you have ten eBooks at a time.
I was super excited about this, because they've got all the out of print Nancy Drew / Baby-Sitters Club books in the Kindle store. What a moneysaver! But it turns out, none of those books are part of Kindle Unlimited. They're only available for individual purchase.
I am seriously questioning the "unlimited" moniker now.
There is a singular Boxcar Children book, which is Book #75: The Mystery of the Empty Safe. I have no idea why THAT is the one that got accepted. They've got the entire California Diaries series, which was a Baby-Sitters Club spinoff meant for older readers. And they've got a fair chunk of the Sweet Valley High series. I think I might read California Diaries / Sweet Valley High, simply because the opportunity has presented itself.
So, are there any books you readers would recommend? 'Cause now I can get a bunch of books for free!