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What type of Binding do you like for books?

Wire-O, Saddle Stitch, Perfect Binding?

Personally I like Perfect Binding.

While we are at it, what book size do you like?

http://www.cafepress.com/cp/info/sell/products/books

True?

Technical manuals and how-to books that need to be open wide so pages can be easily flipped usually work best with Wire-O binding.
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Tut tut tut... Haven't you read the warning on the back? Still, they're good books, much better than that 'orrible Alex Rider series. They're much more realistic - the characters aren't omnipotent, omniscient and benevolent at the same time in Cherub...

Anyway, out of the choices on the CafePress website, I'll have to go for "Perfect Binding". Wire-O is no good to put on your lap when reading, and Saddle Stitch just looks and feels incredibly cheap - like bad textbooks. It's alright when the book is incredibly short, but other than that, it's just cheap. As for size, I don't mind. I prefer to read at home, or at school, where I'll take whatever fits into my bag.

But, still, I don't really care about all that: as long as the book is good, I'll read it, no matter what size or shape.

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Tut tut tut... Haven't you read the warning on the back?

Well on the edition I had, there wasn't one, and then it was too late. All the other ones have warnings though... Still, at least I'm mature enough not to make stupid jokes over some of the content.

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