When I was growing up, I only read a few older books which were owned by my parents or were available in my school library. Most everything I read was much more modern. If it hadn't been for reading out of a King James Bible, I might have had a tough time reading Shakespeare or other similar books in high school.
I didn't necessarily care very much for older books when I was younger. I think a lot of that stemmed from not being introduced to many older styles of writing until I was in my last two years of high school.
But now as an adult, I really enjoy reading older books! In fact, one of my favorite books is going on 100 years old, and I enjoy it immensely.
When I heard that I might have the opportunity to use and review 225 older books via eBook format, I was excited! Then, I looked at the titles being offered. I knew that some of these books were already available at no cost on the internet already, so I wasn't sure how I was going to review this eBook company, Yesterday's Classics, if they were charging money for what I could already obtain on the internet for no charge.
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