Books, Books, BOOKS.

By: Jake Stein

This term, upon logging into banweb and searching for the link to my “booklist and materials,” I discovered the number 22.
22 books this term.
Powell’s might be an obvious choice. Might as well take a dip into the city of books. I found a few at Powell’s, but surprisingly much of my booklist—mostly novels, not standard textbooks, mind you—could not be found. Though the books I did find were cheap and included the kind of hand-writing that tells a story.
Next, I went to Barnes & Noble. The only reason I went there, to tell the truth, was that I had a gift card. I got lot’s of help, but paid too much for just a few books.
booksIn the end, I bought more than half of them at the PSU Book Store. I probably could have finagled something cheaper via this thing called the internet, but buying most of these obscure titles in one place was pretty convenient.
Where do you get your books?

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