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Old 08-17-2011, 02:49 PM   #12
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As a reader, I appreciate being able to return a book I know I won't read. For instance, I got caught up in the hype over Water For Elephants and one-clicked, despite my usual policy of sampling first. When I sat down to read it and realized it was written in present tense, I went right to Amazon to return it. I *LOATHE* novels written that way. It might be a great story, but it's "not for me."

I've also one-clicked Kindle books when I intended to click the Sample button. It happens. Don't assume those who return books are dishonest.
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