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17865583 No.17865583 [Reply] [Original]

Is there any site where I can buy books without give money to the filthy jeff bezos?

>> No.17865595

Yeah, literally any except amazon

>> No.17865603

>>17865595
how naive

>> No.17865644

>>17865583
bookfinder.com
bn.com
or just go to your local /comfy/ used book store

>> No.17865688

local used bookstore, also many larger independent bookstores have their own websites. I like powells.

>> No.17865717

Local bookstores just order shit from amazon with a markup and longer delivery time lmao

Amazon is the only option unless you're feeling charitable

>> No.17865748

I just bought used books from Canada to Belgium and I had to pay customs fees equal to the value of the fucking books. All to avoid (((Amazon))). From now on I'm stealing from libraries.

>> No.17865761

>>17865583
libgen

>> No.17865776

>>17865583
Thriftbooks is great. At the start of the pandemic their shipping was really slow but now their about the same as amazon

>> No.17866091

>>17865603
ebay, albiris, barnes and noble, your local shop.

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17866140

>>17865603
You are genuinely retarded aren't you?

>> No.17866146

>>17865583
If you want to buy Japanese books and don't mind buying used Mandarake is a solid option.

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