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Initial post: 16 Oct 2012 21:46:23 BDT
A. Instone says:
Explalin to me how the hardback with shipping costs, paper, binding and cover is cheaper than the e-version which possesses none of the above!1

In reply to an earlier post on 18 Oct 2012 18:17:13 BDT
G. Southwell says:

From the horse mouth.

In reply to an earlier post on 31 Oct 2012 22:55:22 GMT
Peter Piper says:
If you want to know what's really a rip off: You can buy the E-book but you don't really own it. You can't sell it or even give it away when you're done with it.

Imagine if publishers sold you a book on the condition that you can't sell or give it away. They'd be up in arms about it. So why do they accept that condition if it's an Ebook?

Posted on 22 Jan 2013 12:22:54 GMT
S. Hyles says:
I would imagine the Kindle cost would follow the Paperback cost when it is released.
Also I read somewhere that Electronic media is fully vatable, whilst physical books aren't
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