[access-uk] HARRY POTTER AND ACCESS TO BOOKS

The availability of the new HP in accessible formats on the Same Book, Same 
Time, Same Price principle was discussed here recently.  However, a piece on 
Today this morning reported that hardly anyone will be selling the book at it's 
cover price.  ASDA has discounted it to £5.  Not very likely, is it, that 
similar offers will be made to consumers of Braille or Daisy versions?  My 
guess is that many people who're fans and who can - of whom I'm the latter but 
not the former - will head for their nearest supermarket and get the book on 
their scanner.  

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