Honestly, I was ultra excited when I saw Cat’s Eyes on The Book Depositary. I don’t know how they do it, but their prices are awesome compared to other online bookstores. They have Cat’s Eyes listed for $17.32. But what makes this price fantastic is that they offer free delivery worldwide. Yes, that’s right, worldwide. Sorry, the book mentioned is now out of print. However, why don’t you grab the free ebook instead.
This means you only pay $17.32 no matter where you are in the world. No wonder I’m excited. This opens the doors for anyone, anywhere to purchase the paperback book at a reasonable price and read it.
I know, before you go off on a tangent and tell me that it’s listed for $14.99 at Amazon so what’s the big deal? Let me explain why this means a lot to me. I live in Australia and purchasing books online is a real problem, not because of the book price or the wait time in receiving it, but because the postage is often so expensive, it’s not uncommon for the postage charges to be higher than what the book cost in the first place. Maybe I’m stingy but I honestly don’t see the sense in purchase books online if the postage is going to put me into serious debt. That’s why I became hooked on ebooks.
Yet as great and convenient as ebooks are, I actually prefer the old fashioned way of reading and WANT to hold a book in my hands when I’m reading. The Book Depositary will help me and other dedicated readers to do that for a while longer yet.
So, please, if you haven’t read Cat’s Eyes because it was too difficult to get a copy of the paperback, head over to The Book Depositary and take advantage of their generous offer.