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Ghost Country

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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Read The Breach first for continuity,,,,,then strap yourself in for an exciting ride! I heard birds this morning before realizing I was up all night reading!

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8 out of 19 people found this review helpful.

Paper: $7.61, Nook: $9.99. Is the publisher INSANE?

HarperCollins is obviously run by people who believe that "nobody buys eBooks." So they price the eBook almost twenty percent higher than the paper edition. All that does is guarantee that I won't buy the eBook. And since I haven't bought a paper book in over ten years,...
HarperCollins is obviously run by people who believe that "nobody buys eBooks." So they price the eBook almost twenty percent higher than the paper edition. All that does is guarantee that I won't buy the eBook. And since I haven't bought a paper book in over ten years, it means I won't be buying the book at all, despite the fact that the previous book, "Breach," was a do-not-put-down thriller from start to finish. Quit trying to force your customers to buy what YOU want them to buy and provide what THEY want to buy. The art of marketing is getting people to give you money for things. Supreme excellence in the art of marketing is making them GLAD to do it.

posted by sehlat on January 22, 2011

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