No problem Marco - I don't think we've discussed this before. I tend to get my new books as hardback first editions from Tesco for around 10 quid. These days I tend to get two copies so I can take one to Sharlene in Tucson.
I often haunt charity shops as well and get used copies for every day reading.
If I read a first edition I take the dust cover off and replace it with an old plastic cover from a book I got at a library sale - to protect the book.
“Men never commit evil so fully and joyfully as when they do it for religious convictions.” – Blaise Pascal
Iget mine (hardcovers when they are released) at Play.com - takes a bit longer to get to Holland, but the price difference is pretty huge. Used to get paperbacks on trips to London for RRP (although there was often a 3 for 2 sale going on). Keeping an eye out for hardcovers to replace my worn-out paperbacks, without much luck. Not in a big hurry with that though.
I own only one DW book and it's a new paperback.I bought it at a bookstore(which I think is called Exclusive Books?not quite sure though.) for R115 and the other DW books are R125.Does anyone know what the price converts to in the UK?
“We are all in the gutter,but some of us are looking at the stars.”- Oscar Wilde