Reliving the Past Through the Writings of the Queen of Historical Fiction
Wow! That's one for the serious collectors isn't it! I can't imagine paying more than $100 for a book.
That is WAY to rich for my blood! I can't imagine ever paying that much for a book - and my boyfriend would KILL me!
Hellll no...I know that I would require a LOT more information , a lot more photos, and close ups, and a zillion more details and see it in person before I spend over $100 let alone $1000!! I love Plaidy and all of her other works, but when I think of how many weeks of daycare that would pay for, or groceries.. then reality sets in. I think I have paid about $15 as the highest price for a Plaidy novel. Considering I have about 60 Plaidy novels I think I have spent enough $ already!
If I paid that much for a book I think I would seriously have to have my head examined. The most I have paid for a Plaidy is $40 - for an old Book Club/Robert Hale 3-in-1 version of her Isabella and Ferdinand series. But since in reality it is three books, I didn't feel so bad about it (it was also before the UK started re-issuing her books).
Wow, that's just... A lot.
Hold on here- way too much! But, like you Arleigh..I'd go upto $100 MAX and it would definitley have to be a rarity and...
The most I would bay for a book is 30 dollars tops that is ridiculous.
That is nuts!!! I do the same thing Marie said...equate that amount out to groceries and bus fare, and it just seems ridiculous! But then again there are plenty of women out there who would spend that amount on a handbag, so why not a rare book? Either way, that is quite far out of my price range, handbag OR book!
Good lawd that's a lot of money! Unless I had money coming out of my ears then maybe, but I don't think so!