Discussion in 'Literature' started by RingoJuna, Oct 5, 2001.
I'm just curious I guess. You can post an opinion if you want.
Lives in Scandinavia.
Hardcover? Not a snowball's change in Hell.
Paperback? With nice people who send me summaries and by hunting spoilers...
I can bear the addittional waiting.
(Tired as Hell and wants to not to go to chemistry class, but has no other choice.)
Maybe you could find someone in the US who'd be willing to FedEx you a copy when it comes out.
Well... I could adsk my sister... But a hardcover is, like, $36? (At least my copy of VP is... my dad brought it for me on a business trip )
That's really too much... plus, paperback is easier to handle. I and hardcovers don't really mix.
(Starving student and not going to skip that blasted chemistry...)
Most of the hardcovers i've bought here (Alabama) were less than $30. I guess we get them cheaper down south.
I'm planning on getting it.
When it actually arrives in Australia. Had to wait 2 weeks until it was in stock at my local bookstore.
I'm wondering how long it will take this time.
Ya bet I'm gonna kriffin' buy it, but next July in stang paperback... Ack... I live in Switzerland, so getting it here in sithspit hardcover would cost me $35 at least...
I HATE KRIFFING STANG SITHSPIT HARDCOVERS !!!
I get the impression that you don't care much for hardcovers.......but I could be wrong
This is kind of a redunant poll...but hey, it's the JC.
I don't see the redundancy in it. I'm just curious. Maybe i'm just redundant
The only advantage I see is the pretty cover...
But I like pretty covers!!
I like the hardcovers a lot more than the paperbacks.
It's not like I really like hardcovers all that much. I just like to get books when they come out.
I like pretty covers, too. But I think it's a rather weak good point compared to all the others bad points...
WWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGGG someone kill that kriffin' 1 post per minute thing !!!!
Edit: Just reduced that a bit so it didn't play havoc with browser windows.
I like to get the books when they get out, too... I always order them at my bookshop the day they're released in the US (to get them a whole kriffin' month later... )... But I can't afford hardcovers, so I have to wait for the PB. ANd as I said before, HC have other disadvantges...
Gee Mr. Grumpy Pants, I can see that someone is in a bad mood today
Im buying it, but find is disgraceful that waiting for the paprerback means delaying reading Dark Journey and the Allston duology
Thanks RF for pointing out the obvious disadvantage of waiting for paperbacks (I forgot to mention it)... I'm starting Onslaught right now, cause I read it one year ago, and when I finished Jedi Eclipse one year ago, too, I still had more than six months to wait for BP. And when I finally got, I was no more 'in story'. And the same kriffin' thing will happen with SbS.
And another big disadvantage of this is that I CAN'T AVOID TO BE SPOILED BEFORE THE PB RELEASE, since by the time it happens, those plot points are no more considered spoilers...
So yes, when it comes to the hardcover matter, I get all grumpy...
perhaps you also could find someone here in the US who wouldn't mind UPSing you a copy early. heck, the paperbacks have been known to come out early around here.
You're talking about you, right ? Seriously, that be a nice arrangement for me... But unfortunately an unilateral one, I'm afraid... Unless you're interested in Swiss-made chocolate !
But the HC problem remains, unfortunately... And I think that one will remain forever, unless people stop buying HC... I can always dream...
Hey, Swiss-made chocolate is quite good(my dad is from Germany)and maybe i'd be interested in helping you out. I'm a generous sort of fellow when i've got the money to back it up. Anyway, we'll see about all this later.
Yes... Hum... This is interesting... Well, maybe we should switch to PMs... Okay, we'll see about that later.
Back to the topic. So people, move along, move along.
Ok people...nothing to see here! Keep on moving!
And speaking of moving, it's time I moved my lazy self to bed. It's 7 in the morning here and i've got stuff to do later today.