malot1182 wrote:Hardbacks din sa akin. I dont care how bulky it is or how much space it can consume. Or kahit mangalay na braso ko sa kakadala. But ang problem talaga is financial. Pero pag talaga gusto ko yung book, as much as possible hardcovers talaga. Tama si rabbitin, yung fonts,spacing, better book spine support and the quality of the paper.
Hays kung mayaman lang talaga tayo. Hahahha
Heldervert wrote:for "ilocano" purposes i go usually with paperbacks. BUt HBs are better, MS mAlot is right even if you struggle just holding it, if you really love the book, it will not matter. LAst two books i bought ,with our independence day in mind, i bought When the elephants dance and Before Ever After in HBs.
Oh I hope you get to enjoy your two hardbound book purchases. I think I have only about three Brand New Hardbound book purchases. Now I only buy USED Hardbound books. Nagtitipid.
But I agree, if you really love the book, it won't matter. There would be times where you just want to know what happens and couldn't wait for the paperback release of a certain title.
malot1182 wrote:Ang sARAP ng feeling na may mga kausap na katulad mong adik sa libro. Sabi ko lang sa mama ko, "Ma, kung gusto mo ng alahas. Libro ang akin." Boom!!!
Akala nila nagsasayang lang tayo ng pera sa mga libro. Nakakasakit sila ng damdamin. sniff. (hehehe)