PRLog - Nov. 13, 2012 - REDWOOD CITY, Calif. -- The e-book edition of Juan Ponce Enrile, A Memoir is now available for download through the Amazon Kindle Store. In its announcement, ABS-CBN Publishing cited the phenomenal interest in the Senate President's book and the widespread use of tablet devices for book consumption. With millions of units sold, the Kindle is the most widely used e-book reading device. Having over one million titles in its library, the Kindle Store is the largest bookstore of its kind in the world.
Juan Ponce Enrile - A Memoir
Released last September, the much talked-about Enrile memoir sold out in just two days and is currently on its third reprint. With the announcement of its availability on the Kindle, readers from all over the world will finally have the convenience of getting the book wherever they are. Priced at $19.99, the e-book edition can be downloaded in minutes and transferred to one's gadget of choice.
The book reveals little known details of Enrile's youth as well as stories from his perspective behind the scenes during key moments in Philippine history.
Through his own words, Enrile shares his humble beginnings in Cagayan as an illegitimate child, his experiences as a guerilla, his family life, and his rise to being one of the country's most powerful government officials. He also narrates his relationship with Ferdinand Marcos, Cory Aquino, four succeeding Philippine presidents and other formidable personalities from business and politics.
The Enrile e-book can also be viewed on Apple's iPhone, iTouch, iPad, Blackberry, Android, and web browsers using the Kindle Reading App which can be downloaded for free.
ABS-CBN Publishing is also expected to announce the launch of the Enrile Memoir on the Apple iBookstore within the next few days. (Katherine Solis, ABS-CBN Manila PR Manager)