Originally Posted by HarryT
It's reasonable for a book which is only currently available in hardback. Prices generally fall considerably once the paperback is released. It's entirely your choice: pay more to read now, or wait for the price to fall and read later. I don't have a problem with that at all - goodness knows my TBR list is long enough
That would be great if retailers weren't allowed to discount the hardback book below $13.99. I can walk into any number of stores and find current hardbacks priced lower than that.
All the price fixing fiasco has done for me is to seek out new authors and occasionally use the library.