pip wrote:Think i'll wait til the book of short stories comes out . Price of OMWFN is too high . It'd be nice if i'd gotten a copy years back but won't fork out a few hundred
pip wrote:not heard at all. And a few of the online ones are there quite legally
Bought a few of the anthologies with the stories for next to nothing as well so i've read most of them. still half hopeful of stumbling across a copy mispriced in a second hand shop but hey you can dream
Dotsie wrote:That makes for an interesting moral dilemma - if you saw OMWFN in a charity shop priced at eg £5, would you tell them of their mistake or buy it? Would the identity of the charity make any difference?
No judgements, by the way. Just wondered.
The Mad Collector wrote:As the third printing it might not make the really high prices a first printing would. You could get lucky here Dave
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