BERKELEY, Calif., June 20 /CNW/ -- Comparison shopping search engine
BookFinder.com (http://www.bookfinder.com/) finds the best deals available
online, with Canadian pricing and shipping built-in. Readers can shop in
English or French to purchase new, used, out of print, or collectible signed
and first edition books directly from the bookseller of their choice, without
any fees or markup.
"By working with over 100,000 booksellers, we're able to offer better
prices and a wider selection than any one source. Not only do we have great
deals on the latest releases like the new Harry Potter and Michael Ondaatje's
new novel Divisadero, but we also make it just as easy to track down
hard-to-find gems like signed Leonard Cohen novels, or original 1965 editions
of Hubert Aquin's Prochain episode," says founder Anirvan Chatterjee.
BookFinder.com's search engine scours the combined inventory of a massive
50-country bookseller network, comprising virtually every prominent book
shopping website in North America, and dozens more from around the world. A
complete list of BookFinder.com's bookselling partners is available online at
Most book enthusiasts might have time to check the prices and
availability at one or two booksellers -- BookFinder.com saves shoppers time
and money by checking with over 100,000. The website is a great way to find
great deals, and to track down used, rare, and otherwise hard to find titles
and editions that may not be available anywhere else.
Just one search at BookFinder.com can help you find:
-- the lowest prices on new and used books
-- all kinds of textbooks, including international editions
-- rare and out-of-print books you can't get anywhere else
-- international titles in English, French, German, and Italian
Since 1997, BookFinder.com has been one of the best ways to find and buy
books online. The one-stop ecommerce search engine has an inventory of over
125 million books available for sale from a network of 100,000 booksellers
from over 50 countries, making it the world's largest searchable book
inventory available anywhere, online or off.
/NOTE TO EDITOR: Canadian born bibliophile Anirvan Chatterjee, 30,
initially developed BookFinder.com as a class project at the University
of California, Berkeley. Chatterjee is available for interview./
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