Jeanine
Jeanine asked:

Anyone also notice copies with wrong page edging, like it wasn't cut properly? Like this: http://i651.photobucket.com/albums/uu231/ValkyrieChiiChan/Bookdepository/20140826_183042.jpg (I got mine today and Bookdep is sending a new one ... but just wondering)

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Allison I'm pretty sure its called a deckle edge, or untrimmed edge. Its just a styling choice for some books based on how books used to be cut.
Hope this helps!
Ash Luzadio Mine was cut like that, i figured it was the design. I actually really like it. :)
K It's called a "deckled page" and is done intentionally on some books. Supposed to make them look olde-timey or artisanal or something, I guess.
Megan I worked at a book store and I was told that it was a style choice but that it also help eliminate paper cuts? I'm not to sure about later, but it is defiantly a design choice.
Alicia Batista (Addicted Readers) Mine was cut like yours, but all of them that I seen were like that. Like Allison said, I pretty sure it's the style cut for the pages. I've notice lots of books like that. I kinda like it.
celina ♡ oh that's a deckle page - i've seen several books with pages cut like that. it's a book design, supposed to make them look older or special or something. it looks cool, and the other day at anthropologie they had several notebooks cut like that ;)
monie-rosie Yes, the deckled edge is in all the copies, but mine also had a strange printing error -- two pages near the beginning were half covered with light brown ink, so you can't read the writing. Very annoying.
Sam | Queen Hera It's the design, I have books from other authors that are cut in the same way.
Sparkles Mines was cut like that, and I went to my library and all of the copies were cut like that too. I think it's just a design.
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