"In this case, St. Martin's Press seems to have assigned the same ISBN (9781466879003) to e-book versions of both Water in Plain Sight and Born Bright." -- LIBRARIAN SIGH

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If you think ISBNs are unique -- you sweet summer child. 🙃 😭 😓 😔

... this is like one of those things where I suddenly look 40 years older

@platypus Hang on, let me die from lack of surprise. (See also, "Why don't you just use ISBN to keep them all straight?")


Dear St. Martin's Press,


Thank You.

@libreture people will be like "wait, can't you just use ISBNs" -- me ... maybe someday if people keep better records 🙃

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