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Old 02-11-2013, 09:54 AM   #572
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Originally Posted by JSWolf View Post
I didn't think Abebooks was allow to sell used eBooks.
Jon:

Unless you're being ironic about the use of the phrase real book form, have another look at Arucaria's comment:

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Originally Posted by Arucaria
Abebooks.com has several secondhand copies of Something Fresh in real book form at very reasonable prices (considerably less than Amazon).
You could of course be asserting that ebooks are "real books," too, but Arucaria's comment is only meant to be practical, isn't it?

Arucaria:

For many of us, the problem with physical books is that we lack the space for any more, which is why we emphasize the electronic kind. (Besides, ebooks are a damned sight greener than the paper variety.)

Hence the begging on this thread.

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