April 13, 2016 at 03:13 PM EDT

In a move absolutely everyone should have seen coming, Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jeremy McCarter’s book Hamilton: The Revolution — affectionately known as the Hamiltome — is already out of stock at Amazon, the Associated Press reports

Potential purchasers can now expect to wait nine to 12 days for a copy. Jimmy Franco, publicity director at Grand Central Publishing, told the AP the Hamiltome is already going into its third printing, for a total of 210,000 copies. In related news, Ron Chernow’s Alexander Hamilton, on which Miranda’s hit musical is based, still sits at No. 2 on the New York Times paperback non-fiction best-seller list.

If you haven’t yet gotten your hands on a copy, here’s a little pain reliever: EW’s exclusive clip of Miranda reading from the book:

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