Here’s what the book looks like:
I’m all in favor of ebooks, but physical books do seem more “real,” don’t they?
But here’s the problem you run into with printed books: My publisher got complaints about the point size of the font they use, so they upped it from 10-point to 12-point. This means that, instead of being about 300 pages, the book ends up being a lengthy 392 pages. Which means that they have to charge more for it than, for example, The Portal: $17.95 retail.
I can get you a discount, though.