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Best Way to Get Books?

Discussion in 'General Book Discussion' started by Ian Buchanan, Mar 1, 2018.

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How do you typically obtain your books?

  1. Purchase (Online)

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  2. Purchase (In-Store)

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  3. Rent (from library)

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  1. Ian Buchanan

    Ian Buchanan New Member

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    Hi all,
    I've just picked up reading as an active hobby of mine! I currently visit the library to obtain my books most of the time, but have found limited availability an inconvenience at times. I was wondering how most of you all obtain your books? What are some of the pros and cons you've noticed through obtaining books via various methods (online, in-store, library, etc.)? Thanks for the insight everyone!
     
  2. bougti

    bougti New Member

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    I generally use 4shared or thepiratesbay.org to download books.

    Many popular books can be found here. And even some rare ones. However, some books are such that they can only be found in libraries or bookstores.
     
  3. bougti

    bougti New Member

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    Many popular books can be found here. And even some rare ones. However, some books are such that they can only be found in libraries or bookstores.

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    Amazon is where I get most of mine from.

    For out of print books, addall.com/used has been an amazing resource.
     
  5. Peder

    Peder Well-Known Member

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    Amazon online, mainly: It is just so convenient.
    Hardcovers or e-books: depending mainly on price.
    But also at the local Barnes and Noble, and at library sales which we visit regularly: for anything that catches our eye.
     

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