And in the spirit of listing books, here are a handful of books I would absolutely love to read but for various reasons have had an will have a very difficult time finding copies.
The Last Dancer, by Daniel Keys Moran: This is the third Continuing Time novel (Emerald Eyes, The Long Run) and while this is not top tier SF, I thoroughly enjoyed The Long Run and the story of Trent the Uncatchable. See, it's been a decade or so since I read the book and I still remember the hero's name. Out of print and Moran seems to have stopped writing after some health issues.
The Sagan Diary, by John Scalzi: A Subterranean press novella set in the Old Man's War universe. It gets into the head of Jane Sagan. It’s a limited edition and while my library is decent at picking up Subterranean limited edition novellas, there are some that slipped through the cracks early on.
Questions for a Soldier, by John Scalzi: Far more rare than The Sagan Diary, this is a chapbook and it is highly questionable I'll be able to find a copy of this to read. I don't need to own it, I would just like to lovingly read it. An Old Man's War story.
The Healthy Dead / The Lees of Laughter's End, by Steven Erikson: These two are Bauchelain and Korbal Broach stories set in the Malazan universe. They are slowly being published stateside and my library system is slowly getting copies. I'll probably have the chance to read these novellas.
Night of Knives / Return of the Crimson Guard, by Ian Cameron Esslemont: Two more Malazan novels, but written by the other co-creator. I have questions of quality compared to Erikson, and while reportedly these will be published in America I'm not holding my breath.
Most everything else I have on my list is either in my library system or there are concrete plans to publish in America and make it easier for me to get copies. The above is what I would like to read but really do not have much hope of being able to read except for The Healthy Dead. I don't really want to spend the money to purchase a used copy of The Last Dancer.