Today I checked out a book that had been on the checkout list for a number of months. Three or so people had checked out this book and released it. When I looked at the book I saw it had a number of styles. Per an email from Misha (excuse spelling) that I had kept I removed styles. Then I changed section breaks to page breaks. Then I found that the book had very few page numbers and that those numbers did not line up at all with the number of pages between the numbered pages. There was no way to determine where page breaks really should occur and where to make the appropriate number of page numbers to align the material on the appropriate pages. Finally, I rejected the book. Now, I really would prefer not to reject a book, but sometimes it is really necessary to do so and part of our volunteer responsibility to do so. I can't really understand why I am the first person who checked out the book who was willing to reject it. I'm not hard-hearted, but there was no way to get the book in the necessary shape to add it to the collection. Feeling like an ogre, Lori C.