October 24, 2011
-- by Dave Johnson
I got a Kindle because I read a lot, and the books were less expensive than books in a bookstore.
Now that companies like Borders are gone, Kindle books are $13. Thar's more than 50% over the cost of a paperback.
Kindle Edition $12.99
Mass Market Paperback $7.99
Posted by Dave Johnson at October 24, 2011 10:54 AM
Um, Amazon doesn't set e-book prices; publishers do.
That took all of 15 seconds to find via Google. You really should do your research before you go off on one of your leftie spasm of anti-capitalist rage. But spasms of anti-capitalist (and anti-Semitic) rage is all you are about.
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