If you are one of the people who has a habbit of collecting interesting books to read it later -- you might wanna warned before buying the one with Expiration date on it. Yes, you head it right.
An Argentinean independent publishers Eterna Cadencia published something interesting anthology of new Latin authors using the ink that disappears once it comes in contact with sun and air -- which makes the printed words to disappear completely within 2 months time after opening the book.
Many other new authors are already planning to publish their books printed with the same ink, so that they can get the attention at their first launch. It might be helpful for the most of the authors who are trying to register their presence.
"The Book That Can't wait" makes for an interesting approach to motivate book buyers to read books more promptly. While the idea might seems interesting and innovative - many readers are already complaining about it.
You cannot keep your book for further read in the future and it is of no use once it has completed it's 2 months cycle after opening the book. It makes a little upset.
According to readers -- books are very patient objects, we buy them, and then they wait us to read them. Days, months, even years and that is what they are menat for.
Whatever is the output of the new approach, it is sure that most of the people will try the new innovation at least once.
What do you think about it?