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paperback Eclipse?

Post by NuevaLuna » Sat Feb 23, 2008 3:19 pm

So i was at Barnes and Noblelike every friday after school, and as i was descending the stairs i happened to catch a glimpse of an Eclipse book, but it looked a little....weird..

and i guess its because i've read it so much that it looked a little different, so i went over to the section it was in, which was the Spanish section, and it was PAPERBACK! It was in spanish and it was paperback, and it was so amazing!

I dont know if it's just that my local B&N is very good variety of all kinds of books including foreign languages, or...i dont know something else lol

Does anybody else know about this? or is it just that i haven"t been on the lexicon as much lately because of all the movie news explosion....

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Post by Kizmet » Sat Feb 23, 2008 4:15 pm

I have Twilight and New Moon in Spanish, and they're both paperback. Maybe they go straight to paperback? I don't know.
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Post by NuevaLuna » Sat Feb 23, 2008 6:23 pm

oh cool!

i wish i could have an english Eclipse in paperback though, so i could take it with me wherever i go!

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Post by Sansa » Sun Feb 24, 2008 6:50 am

I have the books in Spanish, and they are all in paper-back, Eclipse too. There's no edition in hard-cover of any of them, like they are in English. It's good because you can bring them wherever you want, but the covers get crumpled easily :(
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Post by Wolf Girl » Sun Feb 24, 2008 9:53 am

NuevaLuna wrote:oh cool!

i wish i could have an english Eclipse in paperback though, so i could take it with me wherever i go!

:cry:
I have an english Eclipse in paperback :) (lucky me :P )
Don't they have it in paperback where you live?

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Post by linda » Sun Feb 24, 2008 11:00 am

Yeah, I've noticed that too. Other countries usually just go straight to paperback.
I guess the US doesn't. We get hardcover and then paperback. Well, that's what I've seen atleast.

I agree, paperbacks are good for travel but bad because I feel like I'm killing them. :lol:

Man, I want them in spanish but they don't have them in my local bookstores. :shock:
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Post by Isabella Cullen » Sun Feb 24, 2008 4:27 pm

Wolf Girl wrote:
NuevaLuna wrote:oh cool!

i wish i could have an english Eclipse in paperback though, so i could take it with me wherever i go!

:cry:
I have an english Eclipse in paperback :) (lucky me :P )
Don't they have it in paperback where you live?
That's strange. :? I wonder, how did you get your hands on an English paperback copy of Eclipse? To the best of my knowledge, the paperbacks haven't been released yet. New Moon is just now coming out on paperback in the next couple of months.
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Post by Briq. » Mon Feb 25, 2008 8:50 am

I'm Australian, and our copies of Twilight, New Moon and Eclipse are all paperback. I don't even know if they're available in hardcover, haha.
Needless to say, if they were, I'd buy them in a flash. I tend to end up destroying my paperback books ;___;

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Post by tuuli » Mon Mar 03, 2008 11:17 am

Paperback version of Eclipse is available for instance in Germany Amazon. http://www.amazon.de/Eclipse-Stephenie- ... 989&sr=8-4

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Post by epona » Mon Mar 03, 2008 12:09 pm

Isabella Cullen wrote:
Wolf Girl wrote:
NuevaLuna wrote:oh cool!

i wish i could have an english Eclipse in paperback though, so i could take it with me wherever i go!

:cry:
I have an english Eclipse in paperback :) (lucky me :P )
Don't they have it in paperback where you live?
That's strange. :? I wonder, how did you get your hands on an English paperback copy of Eclipse? To the best of my knowledge, the paperbacks haven't been released yet. New Moon is just now coming out on paperback in the next couple of months.
I'm in Ireland and they whole Twilight series are in paperback - no hardbacks at all!!!!!
I'm surprised its not available in the US
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