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i usually get stuff from amazon marketplace. what sites are similar? is there anywhere better?
means you're buying direct from indy booksellers and collectors most of the time and not supporting The Man as you do it
anyway, its dead good
BUT it has other things I want and really cheap. AMAZING. thanks!
found it on there in the end, turned out i was spelling his name wrong.
still, it was cheaper from an amazon marketplace seller so i got it there.
Damn the Man and tricking me into believing this was like supporting a record shop on the corner. This is worse than how I felt when I heard L'oreal owned The Body shop.
searches the whole internet for the cheapest price
sometimes you can get bargains on Oxfam.
I actually found some books I haven't read in the garage last week. I took them to a book bank because there's NO WAY I'm reading paper books. Not in this century.
I think they ship for Amazon or something but are sometimes cheaper.
and I'm buying from outside the UK.
But, jfc, they're now owned by Amazon, too.
Bought out by Amazon a couple of years ago.
It's entirely marketplace-based and focused on secondhand books, but the prices are a flat fee. Just depends if someone has the book you're after, though.
Their floors are spooky-E-Mart,
They made Dad kook-E-Mart,
Let's hurl a rock-E-Mart,
The Book-E-Mart is real... D'oh!
are there any that aren't own by big evil amazon
so you'll no doubt be grateful when I point out that Waterstones no longer has an apostrophe.
although tbh the online experience doesn't really compared to going there
Let's you buy online from independent retailers (set up by book distributor Gardners).
Other than that and other indies, Waterstones, Foyles and Blackwells are the last significant presences left.
so many books, so little money :(