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    Gradient Light.

    Is "Gradient Light" by Eddie Ephraums still in print?
    I haven`t seen a copy yet, so I`m not sure if it`s worth buying, has anyone read this book?

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    I have it on my bookshelf, it's a good read, but I don't think it's in print. There are a couple of copies on eBay (uk) at the moment I believe.
    Regards Dave.

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    Hi Keith,

    I am a cheap stake. For most books, and above all if they are out of print, I buy from amazon second hand.

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/s/ref=nb_ss_...Go.x=12&Go.y=7

    They are really good for out of print books.

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    There are a couple for sale on abebooks as well.
    Regards,
    Richard.

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    I will buy a second copy as suggested. Thanks to everyone for their replies.

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    Another good source for locating books is Bookfinder.com, which will search Amazon, and Abebooks as well as numerous independants that aren't in Abebook's or Amazon's network. Like Abe and Amazon, it returns worldwide results too.

    This search returned 50 or so copies;

    http://www.bookfinder.com/search/?au...ed&st=sr&ac=qr
    Note that since it searches several networked sources, many of the hits in any search are duplicates.



 

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