What is meant by "Digest Tradepaper?"
Does it refer to the size of the books, or does it mean the books are abridged, or something else?
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
on The Chronicles of Narnia, Boxed Set Digest Tradepaper
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mass market books are smaller sized paperbacks (4" x 7"), trade paper is a larger paperback (6" x 9")
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
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The answer ChristianBook.com gave wasn't helpful. I had the same question.
On Wikipedia, it says: Paperbacks include inexpensive "mass-market paperbacks", in the standard "pocketbook" format. These are generally printed on inexpensive paper, which will discolor and disintegrate over a period of decades. More expensive "trade paperbacks" in larger formats are printed on quality paper such as acid-free paper.
Another place I saw that "digest" is the size of the publication (like Reader's Digest I'm guessing).
After finding these answers, I'm more likely to buy the set.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
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In this set, the books are numbered in chronological order, instead of the order they were originally written in. They are 5" x 7" high quality paperbacks and are unabridged.
answered 1 year, 7 months ago
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