Scribd vs Kindle Unlimited for books

I’m currently on my FREE MONTH TRIAL of Scribd.

Listening to borrowed audio books.

Researching borrowed digital copies of hiking guidebooks.

When my month is up my downloads with Scribd disappear.

You get to keep Kindle books forever. But can only download up to 10 books a month on Kindle Unlimited where you can download as many as you want with Scribd.

Seems to me I should NOT subscribe to either — rather purchase books one-at-a-time as needed, OR sign up for a month or two if and when I need hiking guidebooks where the price exceeds monthly subscription.

There’s the occasional fiction title I want on Kindle, as well. My brother’s detective novels, for example.

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