Review: Kindle unlimited has a wide selection

Want a side splitting new read? A Deadpool volume would suit you nicely.
How about some poetry? Sylvia Plath would hit the spot.
You’d like something nostalgic? Well, go right ahead and read that Curious George story. Kindle Unlimited won’t judge you.
Kindle Unlimited is a service that offers free access to a wide variety of ebooks to subscribers for a monthly flat rate of $9.99. It can be accessed on any device once the Amazon Kindle app is downloaded, and over one million titles are currently available.
From Rachel Hollis’ “Girl, Stop Apologizing” to Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick” you are sure to find something that interests you, and you get a 30-day free trial when you sign up.
To start reading, just look through the labeled selection lists or search for any specific book you have in mind. Any titles marked “Kindle Unlimited” are free for subscribers to enjoy.
Everything is stored on your device, so it doesn’t take up any extra space in your house. You’ll never have to hear, “Seriously, why can’t you get rid of your Curious George collection? It’s overflowing from those dirty old bookshelves” ever again.