Idea for you and others to consider: Could there be certain flags to indicate whether a book wishes to be sold/bought, traded, or just temporarily lent? I use my books periodically, so I wouldn't be willing to sell, but I'd be happy to trade books for a month or two. Such a system would be able to accomodate for this as well...
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