Dustin Adams wrote:Gator,
I mean Elinor,
I suggest e-mailing Sarah about that one. I see it's just not available for you in the UK, which makes no sense.
I wish I could beam the kindle version to you. From what I understand, the words are the same in the US as they are in the UK.
Dustin Adams wrote:There's two salesladies over there. In the past I've had a fun conversation with either Sarah or ... well I've deleted the e-mails, so I don't remember. But she exists, really she does.
Dustin Adams wrote:It seems insane that you can't just buy it electronically. All our technology and there are still these silly limitations.
I wonder, if you say visited the US, could you get things from amazon.com? Or would you also need a US bank account or card to draw from? Then again, there are Amazon gift cards... But they might be coded too. What a pain.
E.CaimanSands wrote:I've tried buying epubs before from Barnes and Noble but they certainly don't take UK credit cards.
Ishmael wrote:E.CaimanSands wrote:I've tried buying epubs before from Barnes and Noble but they certainly don't take UK credit cards.
On the other hand they do have a UK site at http://www.nook.com/gb/ though so far as I can see Volume 30 has not yet arrived there.
You will however be pleased to hear that there is no waiting list for the work of another master story-teller.
Are there no limits to the depths to which this man will sink?
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