Stalking the Soul: Emotional Abuse and the Erosion of Identity / Not worth what I paid
On December 30th, 2007, I purchased the book "Stalking the Soul" online. The most inexpensive price listed was $79.97. Since the book had been recommended by Dr. Alice Miller and since the reviews were so "glowing", I thought I would be getting a textbook sized book or workbook-type book. I also expected a very high quality product for that price. What I got was a book that was poorly translated and which had basically no new insights for me. I also discovered to my disappointment that the book lists in the US for $22.00, representing an overcharge of $57.97. I have repeatedly emailed amazon and livrenoir to request the refund of the overcharge, so far, without success. The book is in no way worth more than the list price of $22.00 and they have no business charging more than that, if that, for it.