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The edge of one of my books has some slight denting - kinda like it got smooshed into a backpack or purse or something and the book doesn't lay perfectly flat for those pages. I read the help section and didn't see any mention of "creased/crinkled/unflat" pages, so I'm guessing it's ok...but wanted to double check.
I mean, these are used paperbacks...how picky do I really need to be when considering stuff like this? I get water damage and ripped/torn pages, broken spines, etc. but for "normal wear and tear" that you'd expect out of a used book read 2+ times, how picky do you get?
Additionally, I have some books that have more wear to the cover's edges...is that also acceptible?
Thanks so much!
Personally I'm not too picky about the books I get used. I've gotten a few with a couple pages broken away from the spine. Still readable in my oppinion. Then I pass them on to the library booksale in town here where I figure people can see them and decide before they buy