Wednesday, April 22, 2009
Somebody's Zero Key Stuck
There's a used copy of HUNT AT THE WELL OF ETERNITY listed on Amazon for $1000.00. That's right, a cool grand. Heck, if you're interested, I know places where you can beat that price and get a copy for, oh, say, $995.00. I'm just sayin' . . .
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I hope it was a signed copy.
I don't know what goes on here. I've seen it before though. About a year ago, I bought an old DVD of a Lee Van Cleef spaghetti western for $28 and thought it high. Last week, they had a copy listed at $119. Two weeks ago that same disc carried a $600 price. Who knows?
I just saw that!
Don't get me wrong ... your story-telling is worth what the market will bear, James ...
... but a solid grand? Sorry. Well out of *my* budget range!
(That being said, I just bought a paperback copy for significantly less -- closer to $5. Hope that doesn't make me a cheapskate!)
Someone has Darwyn's Cook's adaptation of The Hunter listed for a cool grand, as well, and I just used the phrase a cool grand in my post about it on my blog before I saw this post. I think I can wait until july to get my copy for $17 bucks, though.
Bad news. The price on that one book has dropped a penny.
It's the same seller that has the Darwyn Cooke graphic novel for $999.99.
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