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MacLicous is correct. Each app is proprietary to itself, so the short answer is no (with the exception of any non-protected PDFs or ePubs you might be able to get from any of those apps; those should be theoretically transferable).

You can have all your ebooks on the same device, but not all in the same app if you buy ebooks from different stores.
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