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Depends on how you added them. If they are all purchased from Amazon, then when you register your new kindle with your account they will all be available although you will need to download them again. Anything you've dragged and dropped, or used.
This book has it all: treachery and love, lyricism and gritty action, existential crisis and space-opera scope, not to mention time travelling superagents.Gladstone's and El-Mohtar's debut collaboration is a fireworks display from two very talented storytellers (Madeline Miller, internationally bestselling author of Circe and Song of Achilles) An intimate and lyrical tour of time, myth and.
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You're eligible for royalty payment from Kindle Unlimited (KU, or Abonnement Kindle in France) and the Kindle Owners' Lending Library (KOLL) for pages an individual customer reads in your book for the first time. A guide to publishing on Amazon: A customer can read your book as many times as they like, but we will only pay you for the number of pages read the first time the customer reads.