"Do you own multiple copies of any books? Why? Is it the format? Size? Just because you love it?"I have multiple reasons for getting multiple books.
"The paper used in this publication meets the minimum requirements of American National Standard for Information Sciences-Permanence of Paper for Printed Library Materials."
Third, I have been known to buy a copy of a book and get home to discover I have one already on my shelves. Sometimes, they are different editions and, thus, don't look the same. Usually, I simply gave one of them to my friend Donna so we can both read and discuss it.
Questions and answers with the authorUnfortunately, though this one appears to be the newer one, it has browner pages and a cut-out oval on the front cover that will probably tear at some point (cover on the right). The other (on the left) has whiter pages and slightly larger print, making it easier to read.
Readers' responses to the book
Top ten verses that were not originally in the New Testamant
You may have noticed all these examples are nonfiction. I'm not likely to buy two novels, since I rarely buy fiction at all. I'll let the library provide those for me.