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#1 2012-09-09 10:35:46

jaylen
Pilgrim
Registered: 2012-09-09
Posts: 1

Shadowheart - pages missing

Hi,

I've bought Shadowheart a while ago, but had not much time to read. So it happened that I now reached page 476. And all pages 477 to 508 are missing. It's not that those are ripped out. They are just not there (already produced this way) ;-) By the way, it's the english orbitbooks-version (bought in germany - but this shouldn't matter).

So I am now wondering what happens in those missing chapters 35 up to somewhere in 37 ;-) Or whether someone could give me the missing text (pdf-file or scan or something - if this is legal - might be as I bought the book).

I really like tad's books and I would read on without these chapters. But this somehow feels wrong as if I might miss something important :D

So thanks

Jay

 

#2 2012-09-09 12:21:38

Olaf
Mantis
From: Germany
Registered: 2001-07-16
Posts: 4907
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Re: Shadowheart - pages missing

you can either have the bookstore where you bought it replace the defective copy. or contact the publisher and they will. these binding errors do happen from time to time.


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#3 2012-09-09 16:18:28

Ad1tu
Pilgrim
From: Buffysadharc
Registered: 2004-02-22
Posts: 6336

Re: Shadowheart - pages missing

Ok, here's what happens: People go places.

>.>

But seriously, what Olaf said: The bookstore you bought it from should do an exchange with no problem. If not, contact the publisher.


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