I just paid the highest amount I've ever spent on an ebook, $15.99 US for the second book in Neal Asher's new Polity trilogy, titled War Factory. I have to keep reading it because it's just that good. So my protestations about not paying the new prices are just so much wasted pixels and 1s and 0s.
I'm having no trouble either, infact BFB is pretty fast. I use chrome on desktop and Firefox on my android.
It could be the browser client you are using kenubrion (Microsoft's edge and explorer are not the best choices) or if you have tabs and add ons installed in it. Those can cripple the speed significantly.
@kenubrion I am having this problem with a lot of websites lately. I think it has to do with Google. Google has started giving priority to websites that are mobile-optimized. Ever since some event in this priority transition/process happened earlier this year (I am unclear on the details and can't come up with the right search terms to find an article about it, but I know my law firm had to redo the website to be mobile-friendly), it seems that EVERY page starts loading for me in the mobile version (so it looks different) and then reloads in desktop version (because I don't use a mobile device to browse the web). Every now and then it gets stuck on the mobile version for some reason.
I am mostly having this problem with Firefox, where I don't have any add-ons installed. It is worse on my work computer (Windows 7) than at home (whatever the latest flavor of Mac OS is).
Thanks everyone. This morning it loaded immediately and then when I went to this discussion, I got the "waiting for bestfantasybooks" again, which is where it sticks. However the wait was only about 10 seconds. Now I'm finding that this occurs only intermittently this morning so it's better somehow. I have no add-ons. I think. Yesterday I paid attention as I jumped around the net and this never occurred anywhere else. But again it's better today. I'll keep you posted. Thanks again.
My copy of The Seven by Peter Newman arrived. 100% forgot about ordering that. I guess it took the slow boat from the UK. Probably if it had never come, I wouldn't have thought to check into it for months. My brain is elsewhere lately.