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For many people reading books is one of their great pleasures in life. Books can stimulate, educate and even transported far-off worlds. And when the book is completed your quest to choose its replacement can be exciting and fun. Now a new book buying service simplifies your book sourcing process by quickly and easily reporting your price, media and online bookstore options. Enter the book you are seeking and in seconds you have a list of bookstores offering your book as an e-book, used book, and new book with their pricing and shipping information. This new book buying service is offered on a website called Buy Books Cheaper.
“I came up with the idea when I was looking to download some e-books to my iPad and my Android phone to read on an upcoming flight”, reports Bob Jones, site creator. “Over 10 years ago while attending Cal in Berkeley California I created a textbook sourcing program to help me quickly and easily navigate through all sources of college textbooks and quickly find the cheapest. That site, cheap-textbooks.com, now helps thousands of student’s everyday locate and save hundreds of dollars on textbooks. I used this same technology to create this new site to reveal all the great information available for regular books.”
Buy Books Cheaper is designed to be easy to use. Simply enter the title, author, ISBN or keyword in the search box and click “Find”. The next page presents a list of all books matching your search criteria. Click the “Compare Prices” link next to the book you want and get a list of booksellers including: the media the book is offered on, the books’ price and the shipping costs. Click the booksellers logo to be taken to their site to review their offer make the purchase. There is no fee or increase in the cost of the book to use the service. The site provides a convenient way to see all your bookstore and purchase options. The site URL is http://www.buybookscheaper.com