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The Laughter of Carthage Question

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  • The Laughter of Carthage Question

    I recently picked up a US edition of The Laughter of Carthage, and I've found that the book seems to be printed upside-down. The cover is oriented one way, but I have to flip the book the other way to actually read the text inside. Is this just a fluke, or was the book supposed to be printed this way for some reason? Either way, I'll definitely enjoy reading about Col. Pyat. Thanks.

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    No, it is the way Mike writes his books, but they always correct that before publishing them. It has to be a misprint, maybe a great value one day. Think of stamps that had faults and now are worth millions!
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