I have yet to delve into the immense, dragon-filled realm of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, because I just don't have another 100 hours free to spend in a massive Bethesda RPG. For those Dovahkiin who like to peruse the local bookshelves to add some more background to their tale, but don't want to confined to reading them on just their rig, there is a better solution.
A Dragonborn literati known as Capaneus has put together a collection of the literary works found in Skyrim into a single file that can be uploaded to Kindles or various other eReaders. If you want to take The Last Scabbard of Akrash or The Legend of Red Eagle with you while on your morning commute or to your favorite pretentious coffee shop, then look no further.
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