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    The Signed Numbered edition of Cardinal Black by...

    The Signed Numbered edition of Cardinal Black by Robert McCammon, from Cemetery Dance:

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    Yes, I agree. The lost boy lost girl and Night...

    Yes, I agree. The lost boy lost girl and Night Room volumes have nice covers and endpapers, but are a bit on the plain side. 5 Stories is another matter - the covers and binding are beautiful.

    (I...
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    The Lettered edition of 5 Stories by Peter...

    The Lettered edition of 5 Stories by Peter Straub, from Borderlands Press:

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    The Lettered Edition of lost boy lost girl, by...

    The Lettered Edition of lost boy lost girl, by Peter Straub, from Borderlands Press (shown with In the Night Room Lettered edition - see below).
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    I have been holding back on collecting this year,...

    I have been holding back on collecting this year, partly to recover from over-purchasing over the holidays, and partly to save up so that I could buy a Grail item if one came along.

    Well, it paid...
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    That does sound different from the editions I...

    That does sound different from the editions I have. Maybe Houghton-Mifflin? And yes, Christopher Tolkien has hung up his cap as literary executor (as of The Fall of Gondolin), it's hard to say who...
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    Pretty much exactly this. However, I do think...

    Because HC is a generic publisher, not a small/specialty one; because it isn't an official "series" in the sense we understand it, where each book in a series owes something to the books before it,...
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    http://www.thedarktower.org/gallery/data/930/IMG_3...

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    Incidentally, the printings I have of this series are:

    The Hobbit: unspecified
    Lord of the Rings: 11th
    The Silmarillion: 6th
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    Thanks, Garrell; I like them, too.

    Thanks, Garrell; I like them, too.
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    Thank you! Most were not that hard to find -...

    Thank you! Most were not that hard to find - later printings are still available new - but some look a bit of hunting.



    Thank you, Brian.



    He wrote a lot more than was published in his...
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    I've been collecting these for a while, and just...

    I've been collecting these for a while, and just completed the set. These are Deluxe Trade hardcover editions of Tolkien's works, published by HarperCollins in the U.K. :...
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    Thanks, Steve. I recommend Zafon. He has a...

    Thanks, Steve. I recommend Zafon. He has a leisurely pace, but is prose is fantastic (which is a credit to his translator as well as to author)
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    The signed limited U.K. edition of The Shadow of...

    The signed limited U.K. edition of The Shadow of the Wind by Carlos Ruiz Zafon.

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    Kind of, but not really. The different levels of...

    Kind of, but not really. The different levels of his metafiction don't interact; there is no metaverse with different levels of existence. It's more like he is revisiting ideas and themes using...
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    Mystery is the second of a trilogy (with Koko...

    Would he need to do Koko first? I think I heard that Mystery is the second in the trilogy begun by Koko, but I haven't read them (I'm getting there!) and I don't know if they are tightly...
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    Thanks! Agreed. Or maybe Mystery, which doesn't...

    Thanks! Agreed. Or maybe Mystery, which doesn't have an S/L edition yet. I would throw all sorts of money at Paul if he did an edition of Mystery.



    Thanks, Steve. I like Straub's work a great...
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    No new acquisitions, but I Took some photos of my...

    No new acquisitions, but I Took some photos of my Peter Straub collection, and I thought I'd share.

    Signed Limited:
    http://www.thedarktower.org/gallery/data/930/IMG_3273.JPG

    Lettered:...
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    Thanks very much!

    Thanks very much!
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    His Matthew Corbett series (of which this is the...

    His Matthew Corbett series (of which this is the seventh volume) is well worth your time. Beautifully written, a wonderful sense of time and place, great characters, suspenseful story. Would highly...
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    A signed trade copy of Cardinal Black by Robert...

    A signed trade copy of Cardinal Black by Robert McCammon, from the Alabama Booksmith:

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