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Old September 28 2008, 03:22 AM   #16
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Re: Books on Talaxians and Ferengi

Novella? I thought Seven Deadly Sins was going to be a short story collection.
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Old September 28 2008, 03:39 AM   #17
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Given the size the trade paperbacks Pocket usually releases, I'd expect the seven stories to be short novellas or else longer novelletes; much the same way that S.C.E. compilations have about six-seven stories per book.

Correction: Six to eight.

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Old September 28 2008, 04:31 AM   #18
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A typical trade paperback these days contains either three short novels or around a dozen short stories/novelettes. That's 120-150,000 words, give or take. Divide that by seven and you get around 17-20,000 words each, and the novella range is 17,500-40,000.
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Old September 28 2008, 07:38 AM   #19
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Re: Books on Talaxians and Ferengi

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Novella? I thought Seven Deadly Sins was going to be a short story collection.
If David A. McIntee's story is any indication they have a length of about 20000 words.
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Old September 29 2008, 02:03 AM   #20
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Which is bizarrely hard to find. All the other MMPB SCE books were a couple of quid new on Amazon Marketplace, but No Surrender was like £20 second hand. Fortunately I managed to find one for a reasonable price on Ebay.

This was good to know. I checked Ebay and the cheapest was $20+ shipping. I went to Amazon and there was a used one for $2+ shipping and the rest were $20 minimum. So, I snatched it up.
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Old September 29 2008, 03:33 AM   #21
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A good place to look for used books is www.bookfinder.com, which automatically searches a large number of used book dealers, and even automatically computes the shipping to your location!
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