Urbandreamer wrote:servodude wrote:There's plenty of stuff that's out of print that I can't find in shops to read that I have on my Kindle... and if I do ever see these books on my travels I'll still jump at having them.
Indeed the reverse is also true. I have bought out of print books that I can't obtain ebook versions of.
There is a website that acts as a market place for rare book sellers that may be worth a visit. It use to be owned by Amazon, but they may have sold it or spun it off.
The people who list there don't just sell antiquarian books, they also sell mass market books that are out of print. Well worth considering if you want something out of the ordinary.
They don't provide a link, but a web search will reveal this link.
https://www.abebooks.co.uk/books/weird/Welcome to AbeBooks' Weird Book Room
To be fair, that's mostly books with weird titles.
Yeah AbeBooks is a great marketplace.
I've had plenty from them over the years
One interesting aspect is they seem to update their prices on a different schedule from some places - so I often get "bookDepository" deliveries through them rather than directly (or indeed via Amazon)