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I hoping someon know the answer to this. I have two copies of the same book. One is a book club edition and one is the original printing from Dutton. Both books are 304 pages. If you set the books on top of each other they are the same dimensions. The wording on each page is identical. If you flip to page 99 it is the exact same wording in each book.
Here is the catch. The original book is twice as thick as the book club edition. If the books are the same dimensions and the same info is one sach page how is one book able to be twice as thick as the other. Can paper thickness have that much effect? Any other explanations about the difference?