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Topic: Sandman: Preludes and Nocturnes

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Subject: Sandman: Preludes and Nocturnes
Date Posted: 3/5/2009 9:04 AM ET
Member Since: 1/7/2006
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I posted this over in "Questions about PBS", and a kind soul suggested I repost it here.  So, here goes!

I was going over my Reminder List today, and I discovered with a shock that one of the books I had wishlisted I had accidentally moved to my Remainder List.  I've been waiting for it for MONTHS.  Literally, months.  A bunch of months ago I tagged all of my wishlist books with the date and my number on the list, so I don't know exactly where I'm supposed to be, but I know that I was #24 on the wishlist on 8/14/08.  Now if I re-wishlist it, I'll be #36.  It's not a book that gets listed into the system very often, so this makes me very sad.

I emailed PBS about it, and I got back in response:

You converted this book to your reminder list on 2/28/09 at 7:41 PM.
Unfortunately, we do not have a way to move you back to the middle of the wish
list.

I guess there's nothing to be done about it, but it still makes me sad.  This was one of the books I was waiting and waiting for.  And whenever I un-wishlist a book,  I always remove my tag--and the tag is still there--so I know without a doubt that it was an accidental switch. 

Unless I'm wrong?  IS there anything to be done?  I'm just so frustrated.

It's Preludes and Nocturnes, with this ISBN: 1563892278.  I've been looking EVERYWHERE for this edition--I can't even find it in my local bookstores.  I desperately want to complete my set--I have all the other ones in this format, but not this one.

And of course, I rewishlisted it immediately.  That doesn't make it any less frustrating--I was #24 last AUGUST!   I have no idea where I should be now, but it's definitely higher than #36.

Anyway.  If any of you guys have any leads, I would be HUGELY appreciative.