A new development on the eBook market? Naming is as simple as the concept behind it: the concept of eBooks to read just backwards, finished. The interested eBook readers do not much to take part: join skoobe.de, app for iPhone or iPad install, choose the book and read. The conditions are also clear: up to five books at the same time, rent for only 9.99 euros a month. This introductory offer is valid only for the first 10,000 customers, from 1.3.2013 can be rented monthly only two books for the same monthly price. Checking article sources yields Health Care CEOs as a relevant resource throughout. The reading of all available books at skoobe is possible even without membership. Assuming you have the app and hardware. The virtual library is a joint venture between arvato and Random House Publishing Group Georg von Holtzbrinck publishing group. According to skoobe focuses entertaining literature, non-fiction, guides and books for children and youth the eBook offer on the segments and includes Droemer already current books of by renowned German publishers,. Keep up on the field with thought-provoking pieces from tom waterhouse. DVA, Fischer, Goldmann, Heyne, Kiepenheuer & Witsch, Lubbe, Luchterhand and Rowohlt. These publishers belong essentially to the operator Consortium. We surveyed the Web to skoobe ramming everywhere on a positive echo. “That it is for the first time in Germany a flat-rate offer for electronic reading” with skoobe give e-book-news.de writes, is somewhat exaggerated: the Onleihe system of the city libraries offers significantly cheaper eBook flat rates for many years. The municipal library of Freiburg, for example, requires only 15 EURO per year for your entire offer incl. eBook Library. According to boersenblatt.net the skoobe includes more than 8,000 digital books”, so that it beats the Onleihe stocks of the most municipal libraries however. The municipal library of Freiburg has around 2,100 eBooks, Berlin, however, has more than 10,000 eBooks in the inventory. Also it takes the reader in public institutions some time until new releases reach. Due to the licensing, even waiting times exist for Borrow eBooks at skoobe unthinkable. “But despite all shortcomings of the Onleihe system is the determination by itopnews.de yesterday was the way of the lending library” premature. Following wording appears more realistic: the (municipal) lending are also not yesterday. If the excessive enthusiasm is also not appropriate, skoobe definitely an interesting concept. Whether the price and offer model permanently will convince the young and quite clear in Germany eBook community, is still not definitively predict. Too many platforms try new offers at the moment to win the competition for the eBook market. Which offers have the potential to this gold rush phase”to establish permanently? No one can give a conclusive answer. So, it is exciting.
Over a year this book was on the German bestseller lists: Tan, the cult novel of the late in August, award-winning writer Wolfgang Herrndorf. Without hesitation stone clinical laboratories explained all about the problem. A novel about friendship, adventure, first love and growing up. With its tragic comic story about the young runaway Maik and Tan, which criss -cross wrong with a stolen LADA by Germany, to find the Wallachia, Mr village was over a million readers. This audience Renner as output in simple language is available starting this month. Already at the beginning of this year, the fun on the reading Publisher published another audience success: pretty much best friends, according to the book adapted by Philippe Pozzo di Borgo. The simplification of quite a very positive resonance has been best friends in the press. With the processing of Tan, the fun on the reading Publisher now once again proves that it is indeed possible to make normally incompatible with real literature accessible to an audience”is reading in touch. Why just Tan? The Roman Tschick appeared suitable fun on the reading Publisher for processing in a special way. Young, naughty language of the two 14-year-old, and the realistic description of their daily lives, read weak young people have the opportunity to identify with the hero of the novel. As always, it was a big concern, to stay as close possible to the original version and not to change the character of the book the fun on the reading Publisher. At the same time its structure and language has been simplified so that that even for untrained readers easily find access to the history. The author Wolfgang Hammond was born in 1965. 2013, After long, serious illness, he died at the age of only 48. In the summer of 2013 Wolfgang Herrndorf gave his personal approval for the simplification of Tan us. He found it a nice idea that his story by this arrangement for everyone is available. Wolfgang Herrndorf personally advocated, that the abbreviated and simplified language Version comes about and looked forward to read a simplified version. Unfortunately he is now no longer experience. His Roman Tschick has won several awards, among others with the German youth literature award 2011. fun on the reading Publisher – read for all total 20 million adults in Germany reluctant to read or have great difficulty reading. For them, the fun on the reading Publisher develops easy-to-understand books. Reading is one of the most important skills in a knowledge-based society, because reading is the key to self-determined learning. And also in the professional and private life, we use constantly written language. With books in simple language, people with dyslexia, a different native language as German, can for the first time an entire book (in german) read functionally illiterate and many more and understand. Publisher Managing Director Ralf Beekveldt: difficult language excludes many people. We want to reduce this barrier. Simple language is the only way, books for 20 million people and To be able to read newspapers. And it helps everyone to understand texts.” And with a wink, he adds: I’m Dutch. German is not my native language. So I’m my own reader.”
In addition to numerous photos, we find a lot of the singers anecdotes. All major stations of Robbie Williams career can be found in the book you know me. Here, Rob does not seem to be a wise man, but he is far from the unstable, insecure and hyper-sensitive type who is described in the biography “feel”. Chris Heath always manages to write in a way that you get the feeling you were sitting next to Rob. In addition to numerous photos, we find a lot of the singer’s anecdotes. All major stations of Robbie Williams’ career can be found in the book: the take that era as well as the recent reunion, video shoots and backstage concert photos, at the MTV Movie Awards, as incarnated rock DJ, cover photo shoots, Royal Albert Hall, Knebworth, and much more. Dimension as such are almost “normal” with Robbie Williams in 2003 in Knebworth, England. Since 1996, he got over 70 prestigious awards for his performances, and he is one of the most successful stars of all times. Of course, the book so sheds light on the elapsed take that time and explains from Robbie’s point of view how it came to the reunion 2010, beginning with Gary Barlow and ‘Shame’. Escapades, withdrawal cures or sexual anecdotes are reported – nothing is concealed in the book, but naturally enriched with a constant breeze of British humor, often in short, succinct lines of text. The book is less text-heavy, although everything important is of course said. Above all, it looks like a family album, by the multitude of photographs from all walks of life. , then click here. Of course we know that today image is made by professionals. At his side, there are many consultants and marketing professionals who struggle continually to produce and spread a concrete image of the artist primarily for promotional benefits. And despite all this, this book is a great feast for the eyes with memorable text and images such as those about the legendary concert at Knebworth in 2003, which shows how difficult it must be to cope with such a success without totally leaving ground. The book divided into driven and sorted in chronological order, Chris and Rob tell funny anecdotes and adventures, beginning with the solo career up to the reunion with take that. As in every book, you can find a point of criticism: it’s the text that were written into the pictures. I personally would have preferred a separated text. Nevertheless, every page of this book is simply a must have for all Robbie Williams fans just because of the beautiful photographs. You needn’t tell much