So a week or so ago, rather than ordering new copies of three books I wanted again via a Amazon I decided to buy them second hand. This time I ordered them from 3 separate UK suppliers to ensure I did not need to wait so long.
They all arrived within a few days and without exception they are as good as new. I could afford to buy them new - but why should I? In fact, it means I will buy more books :-)
I bought a few Kindle books a year or so back that in retrospect I wish I had bought as hardcopy. I may just go back and order them - second hand of course :-)
And the books:
- The Village Effect: Why Face-to-Face Contact Matters by Susan Pinker
- Psychogeography by Merlin Coverley
- Social: Why Our Brains Are Wired to Connect Paperback by Matthew D. Lieberman