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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDuke View Post
    OK. Unlike some other updates, this one is more important.
    The Invisible Man and War of the Worlds are now open to the public
    Invisible Man only 15 numbered left. Lettered by lottery
    War of the Worlds 13 left numbered left. Lettered by lottery.
    They both look awesome. Get them while you can.
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    WotW is now sold out. A few left for invisible man.
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    Quote Originally Posted by webstar1000 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDuke View Post
    OK. Unlike some other updates, this one is more important.
    The Invisible Man and War of the Worlds are now open to the public
    Invisible Man only 15 numbered left. Lettered by lottery
    War of the Worlds 13 left numbered left. Lettered by lottery.
    They both look awesome. Get them while you can.
    Update?
    Well I just saw it now so I figured I may not be the only one who noticed that they were both for sale. If it was already announced, sorry for the repeat info.
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    Congrats to all who managed to get these two if they wanted them. I'm excited about the March announcement and actually being a current number holder for the first time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aremag View Post
    Congrats to all who managed to get these two if they wanted them. I'm excited about the March announcement and actually being a current number holder for the first time.
    I passed as well since RD guaranteed my number for March.
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    I snagged a War of the Worlds, a favourite book that ihave enjoyed as boy and man.

    Happy.

    Out of curiosity, how many were made available today?

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    Now that the dust is settling and we have 6 Invisible Men standing around and the battle is set in the Lettered Lottery, I wonder how many complete sets will exist. How many bought the set outright like wise individuals? How many (like me) bought The Time Machine individually and then bought the subsequent two individually with the goal of a matching set?

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    I was one of the ones who bought the complete numbered set Jeff. No lottery or lettered of me though.
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    I bought the set when The Time Machine was announced, and have entered the lottery for the WotW lettered.

    In other news, I received my broadside (whew!) and love it! Looking at framing options now, because this is going ip on the library wall. Thanks, Paul for the thoughtful and generous gift to us all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hunchback Jack View Post
    I bought the set when The Time Machine was announced, and have entered the lottery for the WotW lettered.

    In other news, I received my broadside (whew!) and love it! Looking at framing options now, because this is going ip on the library wall. Thanks, Paul for the thoughtful and generous gift to us all!
    I wish you good luck in the lottery Peter. And yea, the Broadside is very nice. I will have to frame it at some point as well.
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    Now that everyone has their broadsides, could you all shed some light on your interpretation of the quote? I havenít read the book itself yet, so perhaps it will make sense for me when I do, but Iíd love to hear your thoughts nonetheless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munnecom View Post
    Now that everyone has their broadsides, could you all shed some light on your interpretation of the quote? I havenít read the book itself yet, so perhaps it will make sense for me when I do, but Iíd love to hear your thoughts nonetheless.
    It's the last paragraph of the book and to me
    Spoiler:
    it represents irreversible loss and a kind of hopelessness that come with beautiful memories of an out-of-reach past.



    **EDIT** still don't have my Broadside, but I do have my copy of the Road with me and I just re-read that last paragraph. Like everything else in The Road it gets right to the bone.

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    Invisible Man is now out of print. A big congrats Paul. Good luck to all who entered the contest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Munnecom View Post
    Now that everyone has their broadsides, could you all shed some light on your interpretation of the quote? I havenít read the book itself yet, so perhaps it will make sense for me when I do, but Iíd love to hear your thoughts nonetheless.
    It's the last paragraph of the book and to me
    Spoiler:
    it represents irreversible loss and a kind of hopelessness that come with beautiful memories of an out-of-reach past.



    **EDIT** still don't have my Broadside, but I do have my copy of the Road with me and I just re-read that last paragraph. Like everything else in The Road it gets right to the bone.
    I haven't read the book but I saw the movie which is supposed to be very close to the book. Your interpretation makes sense Jeff. I do need to read the poem again though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
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    Congrats to all who managed to get these two if they wanted them. I'm excited about the March announcement and actually being a current number holder for the first time.
    I passed as well since RD guaranteed my number for March.
    if you bought Red Dragon, you are allowed to pre-purchase march book without buying HG Wells?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lookwhoitis View Post
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    Congrats to all who managed to get these two if they wanted them. I'm excited about the March announcement and actually being a current number holder for the first time.
    I passed as well since RD guaranteed my number for March.
    if you bought Red Dragon, you are allowed to pre-purchase march book without buying HG Wells?
    I think this explains it
    "In addition, The Invisible Man and The War of the Worlds do not include rights to a matching number or letter for our March 2020 book announcement. Only those who purchased Red Dragon will be guaranteed a matching Number and/or Letter to the edition we announce in March 2020"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lookwhoitis View Post
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    Congrats to all who managed to get these two if they wanted them. I'm excited about the March announcement and actually being a current number holder for the first time.
    I passed as well since RD guaranteed my number for March.
    if you bought Red Dragon, you are allowed to pre-purchase march book without buying HG Wells?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lookwhoitis View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Brian861 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Aremag View Post
    Congrats to all who managed to get these two if they wanted them. I'm excited about the March announcement and actually being a current number holder for the first time.
    I passed as well since RD guaranteed my number for March.
    if you bought Red Dragon, you are allowed to pre-purchase march book without buying HG Wells?
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    Quote Originally Posted by RC65 View Post
    I have pictures up of my framed ROAD broadside up on Twitter:

    https://twitter.com/ron_clinton/stat...206676997?s=21

    I hesitated to cover up the Suntup name and date, but the ready-made 5x7 matting and 8x10 frame (which has a charred look that echoes the post-apocalyptic theme of McCarthyís book) was a fraction of custom, and I think it still looks great.
    Those photos are amazing Ron. Really shows the texture of the paper so well. And it looks great in that frame, even without SE!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MikeDuke View Post
    OK. Unlike some other updates, this one is more important.
    The Invisible Man and War of the Worlds are now open to the public
    Invisible Man only 15 numbered left. Lettered by lottery
    War of the Worlds 13 left numbered left. Lettered by lottery.
    They both look awesome. Get them while you can.
    Hi Paul,

    I vaguely recall the lottery, but am not 100% sure I entered. I don't seem to recall the question about if you would buy both or just one, so I now have my doubts. Is there a way to double check? Is there a penalty if I enter twice?
    Go ahead and enter twice if you are not certain. I strip out duplicate entries anyway and no, there's no penalty. (Please don't everyone submit twice now!)

    Quote Originally Posted by shaq View Post
    I snagged a War of the Worlds, a favourite book that ihave enjoyed as boy and man.

    Happy.

    Out of curiosity, how many were made available today?
    I think it went out at around 25-30 copies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munnecom View Post
    Now that everyone has their broadsides, could you all shed some light on your interpretation of the quote? I havenít read the book itself yet, so perhaps it will make sense for me when I do, but Iíd love to hear your thoughts nonetheless.
    It's the last paragraph of the book and to me
    Spoiler:
    it represents irreversible loss and a kind of hopelessness that come with beautiful memories of an out-of-reach past.



    **EDIT** still don't have my Broadside, but I do have my copy of the Road with me and I just re-read that last paragraph. Like everything else in The Road it gets right to the bone.
    It sure does. It is one of my absolute favorite pieces of writing. I have a hard time putting into words how spectacular that paragraph is. It really is perfection in every sense.

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    Only 25 to 30 available today. Wow.

    I feel even more privileged now.

    I need to make a video opening it.....and suddenly, the lid fell off!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
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    Now that everyone has their broadsides, could you all shed some light on your interpretation of the quote? I havenít read the book itself yet, so perhaps it will make sense for me when I do, but Iíd love to hear your thoughts nonetheless.
    It's the last paragraph of the book and to me
    Spoiler:
    it represents irreversible loss and a kind of hopelessness that come with beautiful memories of an out-of-reach past.



    **EDIT** still don't have my Broadside, but I do have my copy of the Road with me and I just re-read that last paragraph. Like everything else in The Road it gets right to the bone.
    Like, after you've unboxed something, you can't unbox it again. Even if you rebox it, it's just not the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    It sure does. It is one of my absolute favorite pieces of writing. I have a hard time putting into words how spectacular that paragraph is. It really is perfection in every sense.
    In some sense, the entire book is like that for me. More than any book I've ever read, it is more a work of art than a work of fiction...to borrow phrasing from the paragraph, it hums with the mystery of humanity and its tenuous environment, of the love and fear in parenthood and childhood, of both the richness and frailty of life, in a way that no other book I've yet experienced does. It creates characters who hum with life and familiarity, yet we never learn their names...they are us, they are them, they are all we are and all we yearn and grasp to be.

    THE ROAD is my favorite book by a long stretch, and while I regret I wasn't able to afford a copy of the Suntup edition when it was published, I'm so pleased that McCarthy's work received the Suntup deluxe, celebratory treatment that it so richly deserves and that Paul's broadside generosity allowed hundreds of us to join that celebration in a small way. I'm not an especially religious man, but when I read the masterwork that is THE ROAD, the experience was undeniably soul-stirring...and now when I look up from my screen and see the framed broadside upon my office wall I remember years ago when it almost seemed as though through THE ROAD I touched the hand of God.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RC65 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by zelig View Post
    It sure does. It is one of my absolute favorite pieces of writing. I have a hard time putting into words how spectacular that paragraph is. It really is perfection in every sense.
    In some sense, the entire book is like that for me. More than any book I've ever read, it is more a work of art than a work of fiction...to borrow phrasing from the paragraph, it hums with the mystery of humanity and its tenuous environment, of the love and fear in parenthood and childhood, of both the richness and frailty of life, in a way that no other book I've yet experienced does. It creates characters who hum with life and familiarity, yet we never learn their names...they are us, they are them, they are all we are and all we yearn and grasp to be.

    THE ROAD is my favorite book by a long stretch, and while I regret I wasn't able to afford a copy of the Suntup edition when it was published, I'm so pleased that McCarthy's work received the Suntup deluxe, celebratory treatment that it so richly deserves and that Paul's broadside generosity allowed hundreds of us to join that celebration in a small way. I'm not an especially religious man, but when I read the masterwork that is THE ROAD, the experience was undeniably soul-stirring...and now when I look up from my screen and see the framed broadside upon my office wall I remember years ago when it almost seemed as though through THE ROAD I touched the hand of God.
    Very well stated. The book has that effect on you.

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    Question for Paul:

    When it comes to retaining our number, does it matter if we purchase during the public or private order window? For example, I wrestled with my internal accountant about buying the complete Wells set for so long that by the time I bought The Time Machine it was during the public preorder phase. I assumed since I bought direct from you my number for The Time Machine would match my number for I Am Legend. But a convo emerged on the social media and it woke up my anxiety (not tough to do since my anxiety never sleeps or closes its eyes or relinquishes control of my brain). So I thought I'd put the question to you here in case anyone else's anxiety needed some fuel. Does it matter if it's public or private as long as it's direct from you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
    Question for Paul:

    When it comes to retaining our number, does it matter if we purchase during the public or private order window? For example, I wrestled with my internal accountant about buying the complete Wells set for so long that by the time I bought The Time Machine it was during the public preorder phase. I assumed since I bought direct from you my number for The Time Machine would match my number for I Am Legend. But a convo emerged on the social media and it woke up my anxiety (not tough to do since my anxiety never sleeps or closes its eyes or relinquishes control of my brain). So I thought I'd put the question to you here in case anyone else's anxiety needed some fuel. Does it matter if it's public or private as long as it's direct from you?

    Sincerely,

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    It doesn't matter. The owner of the previous volume will retain their number as long as they purchase each requisite volume whether purchased during the presale or the public sale.
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