Ok, I feel stupid.
Someone sent me a message about a PDF book, and that made me go have a look to see if I wanted to download it.
As usual, details can be important, and I pretty much always check, but I could not determine if the book had English subtitles.
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Have you looked at various subtitle sites like opensubtitles .org? I've thought that one specializes in films, but there may be other media I haven't noticed.
This will sound naïve, but is it common for PDF books to offer multiple language files? Also, surprised that the ad didn't make mention availability – unless there is none.
Is there a toll-free number on the sales site, so you could call for assistance? Or, at least the book's publishing house?
Or, is it a self-published book where author contact info is harder to find? Sorry I can't help more (if this was any, lol).
No idea if PDF books offer multiple language files inside the same PDF. Sounds like it would be a neat idea.
There's a good massive number of books here! 2,740 live torrents in Books &Magazines - presumably most are in English - a quick glance at one in German had a German description (search keyword German returned 7 results). https://www.gaytorrent.ru/search.php?c50=1
As I read the description of the aforementioned book, it was all in English and my concern was not whether the book was in English, but whether it had English subtitles also. It did not dawn on me immediately than an English book will have built-in . . . English . . . text! Must be a habit from long-term movie and video browsing.
Nearly died one time when I was watching porn and OMG there were subtitles. The excitement did not last that long though . . .
Oh oh oh oh . . . OH OH OH OH oh oh oh OHHHHH OH ohoh oh .. . . . oh OH OH OH OH oh oh OHHHHHHHHHHHH AHHHHHHHHHHHH OH
Edit: That reminds me the second or third time I watched porn with subtitles, I swear the SOB was trying to cover the private parts with the subtitles!!! So rude!!!