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    Subterranean: 50% Off Select In-Print Titles for Two Days Only!

    Going on now! Just a heads up!

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    Thanks. Read the list of books this morning and nothing grabbed my interest.

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    I'm eyeing a couple and trying to justify the purchase.

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    The most expensive books have been sold out, except Summer of Night. Why it happened? Can someone explain it?

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    That's not unusual, those sales sell out pretty fast.

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    Yeah, the more expensive books tend to go faster. If it's more of a question about why Summer of Night hasn't sold out while everything else has, it could be that Summer was the highest price point of all the books listed. We also don't know how many copies of each book are available. For example, Freedom of the Mask could have had five copies available and all copies sold while Summer could have had nine copies available with seven sold. In this scenario Summer has actually sold more copies than Freedom, but hasn't sold through all copies because more were available creating the perception that there is not as much demand for the one title versus the other. It's all just conjecture, though.

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    It's sold out now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    Yeah, the more expensive books tend to go faster. If it's more of a question about why Summer of Night hasn't sold out while everything else has, it could be that Summer was the highest price point of all the books listed. We also don't know how many copies of each book are available. For example, Freedom of the Mask could have had five copies available and all copies sold while Summer could have had nine copies available with seven sold. In this scenario Summer has actually sold more copies than Freedom, but hasn't sold through all copies because more were available creating the perception that there is not as much demand for the one title versus the other. It's all just conjecture, though.
    I think you're right, thanks for your explanation. It's gone.

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