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Old 01-18-2013, 05:13 AM   #24
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Originally Posted by HarryT View Post
That's a completely unrealistic price. Do you really place such a low value on books?
In terms of literary value, no.

In relative terms compared to the value I place on other living expenses (like food, mortgage, college for the kids, gas for my 10 year old minivan, etc.) -- sadly, yes.

I would also be in the market for several of these right off the bat, perhaps all of them eventually, at up to $3.99 each. As it is, there are many more books out there of equal literary value that cost a lot less and that I will be just as happy reading.
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