I am glad to hear this. I recently had a buy a book for one of my classes. I could have bought it amazon in new condition for about $10 on amazon but couldn't wait around for it to ship. All the ebook version are $13. Why does it cost more to get it in a digital format? They don't have to print the book or ship it anywhere. The other thing that bugged me was that the book was written in 1927 and the author has been dead for almost 50 years. I'd like to give a shout-out to Penguin Books for inflating ebook prices. Keep up the good work. I hope they are fined heavily.