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CollectionsEarly Reviewers/Member Giveaway E-books (13), Your library (1,837), Wishlist (413), All collections (2,262)

Reviews94 reviews

TagsDutch (894), English (547), children (402), Japanese (376), in_hok (342), manga (292), wishlist - English (262), no-isbn (213), comic (160), wishlist - Japanese (142) — see all tags

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Recommendations32 recommendations

Groups20-Something LibraryThingers, 75 Books Challenge for 2011, 75 Books Challenge for 2012, Bookcases: If You Build/Buy Them, They Will Fill, BookMooching, Club Read 2013, FF-Leesclub Forum, Hobnob with Authors, I Survived the Great Vowel Shift, Immortal Geisha International Libraryshow all groups

Favorite authorsK. A. Applegate, Thea Beckman, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Roald Dahl, Diane Duane, Christopher Golden, Homer, Narumi Kakinouchi, Rien Poortvliet, Philip Pullman, Patrick Rothfuss, Rumiko Takahashi, Joss Whedon, Barbara Wood (Shared favorites)

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Favorite bookstoresBOOK FAN (ブックファン), Kinderboekwinkel de Boekenberg

Favorite librariesOpenbare bibliotheek Eindhoven (Witte dame)

Other favoritesWeggeefwinkel Utrecht

Homepagehttp://www.librarything.nl/author/broersselene

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Real nameSelene

LocationThe Netherlands

Account typepublic, lifetime

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Member sinceJul 4, 2007

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That doesn't look like it's been updated in a while. Her tumblr is here: http://dduane.tumblr.com/ and it's pretty busy, but she posts some great stuff. It looks like all the discount announcements show up under the ebooks tag (http://dduane.tumblr.com/tagged/ebooks) but there's no way to be sure of that.

I agree, it is a lot easier to share paper books. That is something I dislike a lot about ebooks - I have a couple of friends who I share books with a lot, also I started using paperbackswap, and none of that works with ebooks. On the other hand, I like having a hundred books at my fingertips without having to lug a couple of suitcases around with me. I definitely found the advantage of that when I had to take an unexpected trip a couple of years ago. So, I do see the advantages of ebooks in some situations. I just can't imagine giving up my paper books (or paying the same for ebooks as for paper).
I haven't gotten that far - nor do I have particular insight into autism - so I couldn't comment on that. But it's good to hear that there may be improvement! I remember hearing some unhappy comments about that in the past.

If you keep an eye on her blog or tumblr, she often has sales ("we need money" or "it's a holiday" or "we're donating to a thing" or "we feel like it") and discounts stuff anywhere from 25-50%. Also, if you know anyone else who's interested in the books, they come with a "can be downloaded 10 times" link, so you can (legally) share them. Just some more info it occurred to me might be useful to you :)
Hi,
I've read the original edition of High Wizardry probably a dozen times at least, and I probably will again, since I kind of prefer paper books over ebooks. I love them all.

As to whether it's worth it to buy...it depends, I guess. If you want ebooks, then sure. If you're a completist like me (I'm trying to collect all of DD's books), then certainly. If you want to share the books with someone who will be put off by the anachronisms of the originals, then definitely. But I don't think they're so much better that you absolutely MUST get them.

I hope that helps?
Wat goed opgemerkt! Ik had het zelf helemaal niet door! Wel van de leesclub, dat was een of twee weken terug 2 jaar. Maar deze had ik helemaal over het hoofd gezien...

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