I wonder how amazon will combine the reviews for books 5 and 6? The old versions have a separate 5 and 6, but the new one is a combined 5 and 6. I've just got through reviewing Wave book 4 and will review 5 next week.
I think until Amazon combines the reviews, it may be most fruitful to write reviews for the new editions instead of the old since people are more likely to see the new books. Not sure how they'll handle 5&6 either. It's a different situation than just new and old editions and so they might not combine at all.
I just checked and it doesn't look like Amazon has combined any of the books yet.
Nope, not at all. I wonder how long it is going to take in order to take effect. Plus with so many revised editions of the books, is each volume going to combine under one link, even though they are technically different in small, minute ways.
Another thing that I have noticed and have been wondering about is the cost of some of Laura`s books. I dont know if this is the norm, but some of the prices some sellers are selling the books for are outrageous! Could it be that its a way general law is going about trying to discourage people from purchasing the books. And if so, is RPP able to sell the books through amazon, and if not, can members post their books online for reasonable prices to bring down the overall average costs and level out the prices more.
Here are the ones that I found so far, and these are only the ones that are priced $100 or more which exclude the lower priced books that are often triple the cost of a brand new book from RPP:
And it often seems to be the same sellers - vanderbilt CA, anybook-ca, and calibris. With a few exceptions.