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Genghis: Bones of the Hills (Ghenghs Khan: Conqueror Series #3)

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

A great historical yarn

Historical fiction at its best. Genghis really comes alive in these pages, along with many of his contemporaries. A tour de force.

posted by arniereadsfiction on December 6, 2009

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Most Helpful Critical Review

4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

E-book pricing sucks!

Before anyone get inflamed about me rating a book on pricing, hear me out. The way e-books are being priced is absolutely disgusting. I can understand it when a hardcover is initially released if they want to keep the prices high. Pricing it higher than a paperback - t...
Before anyone get inflamed about me rating a book on pricing, hear me out. The way e-books are being priced is absolutely disgusting. I can understand it when a hardcover is initially released if they want to keep the prices high. Pricing it higher than a paperback - that is insulting to the customer.

1. You pay money to buy an ebook reader
2. There is no resale value for the ebook
3. There are no printing costs and minimal distribution costs for ebooks.

What the heck are the publishers thinking? This is going to be my last eBook from B&N. My Nook is going to be purely used to rent books from the library till they fix the pricing model.

posted by Vkal on August 5, 2011

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  • Posted August 5, 2011

    E-book pricing sucks!

    Before anyone get inflamed about me rating a book on pricing, hear me out. The way e-books are being priced is absolutely disgusting. I can understand it when a hardcover is initially released if they want to keep the prices high. Pricing it higher than a paperback - that is insulting to the customer.

    1. You pay money to buy an ebook reader
    2. There is no resale value for the ebook
    3. There are no printing costs and minimal distribution costs for ebooks.

    What the heck are the publishers thinking? This is going to be my last eBook from B&N. My Nook is going to be purely used to rent books from the library till they fix the pricing model.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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