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The great e-Reader project has hit a roadblock. I keep getting a message "unknown error" and the book I'm reading reverts back to the menu page. This is the fourth book that I've read and prior to selecting it, I had some difficulties in getting a few that I had loaded to open. Since I had so many to choose from, I just selected another.
I tried turning it off and on several times, skipping to the pages I needed, plugging in, changing the settings and anything else I could think to try. I finally went to my desktop and pulled the book up on my Adobe Digital Edition thinking that perhaps it was a download failure. The Adobe version works fine.
Tonight, I returned and exchanged my Slick e-Reader for another. It's the same model and I've got another 30 days to try this one. I'm hoping that my first one was a fluke. I really would like to see this work. I'm not convinced that I'll give up real paper and ink books, but I can see where e-books have certain advantages.
Here's hoping for better results this time around. I'll keep you posted.
P.S. I'm reading The Evolution of Shadows
by Jason Quinn Malott.