I felt like I wanted to re-read Watership Down; it's been 35 years since I read it and I'd like to re-explore it.
On Amazon, I can find:
- New ("mass market") paperback editions for $6.50
- Used paperback editions for less than $1.00 (+shipping)
- New paperback edition from Amazon is $13.00
- Kindle edition is $11.00
Does anybody actually pay $11.00 for the Kindle edition of a book you can get for half that price?
I thought about just getting the pirated version from the Internet, but decided instead to buy a used copy for $3.00.
I find the whole Kindle thing bizarre. It's such a gorgeous device, but in practice I'm buying almost no content for it.
As the kids say, "just saying."