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 +'''Bookride''' is an Anglophone blog about the [[bookselling]] business, with a focus on [[expensive book]]s.
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Someone once categorised the 5 reasons for selling books thus (the 5 D's) Death, Divorce, Debt, Disinterest and Displacement. --[1]

Bookride is an Anglophone blog about the bookselling business, with a focus on expensive books.



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