Ok, my sister and I went to Charleston today and since all the main entrances to the mall are under renovation you have to enter through an anchor tenant's store. We went in through Books-A-Million and decided to browse the shelves for a while before doing any real shopping. I found maybe 3 at the most books referring to Titanic and/or White Star Line. The book I found that I really wanted was Ghosts of the Abyss. I think it was priced at $35.00 (which was more than I had so I just sat on the floor thumbing through it). I noticed that on about 20 of the middle pages the printer was misaligned and had printed a color barcode looking strip on at least an inch or so of the page edge and also that another couple of pages were not even bound into the book. I asked one of the guys working there how much of a discount do they give you on damaged books and he told me 10%. Ok here's the real question. Who is going to pay $31.50 for a damaged book? Anyway I put the thing back on the shelf and left. I mean if you're only going to have one copy available on the shelf and it's damaged you should at least give a better discount than that. Geebus.