I got my copy before there was such a thing as Kindle or E-Reader.SitheseParadox wrote:You wouldn't happen to know if any reputable outlet sells an electronic version, would you?eldin raigmore wrote:-Snip-
So unless Amazon or Google Books does, then no, I don't know.
Any chance Amazon does?
Or go to your local public library, or college or university library, and they'll either have it, or find it for you, and maybe they'll borrow it for you.
Or go to your local bookstore -- Barnes' & Noble's, for instance, or Waldenbooks (or Borders if you live in Ann Arbor MI) -- and they may be able to find it for you.
Any of those sources, or "LibraryThing", may be able to tell you who's trying to sell a used copy, if a hardcopy version would be OK for you.
Or write or otherwise communicate with the publisher -- chances are they'll be happy to tell you where to spend your money on their product.