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CHANUR'S VENTURE (SIGNED), Cherryh, C. J.
1 CHANUR'S VENTURE (SIGNED)
Cherryh, C. J.
Daw, 1985, 

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Near Fine, Very Good. Book. Whelan, Michael
Book Club edition and first printing Code P08 on page 181 with code 3885 on rear jacket panel. First Thus edition. (Previously published in limited and limited trade editions by specialty publisher Phantasia Press in 1984, this is the first hardcover for the commercial market.) Not a remainder or ex-library copy. Several small closed tears and nicks at top edge of jacket panel. One vertical jacket dent (1.0 cm in length) on rear panel near spine. Page block shows some minor age-related wear, but overall a clean, square copy without clipping. Set in Cherryh's Union-Alliance universe and sequel to The Pride of Chanur. Interior map by David Cherry. Award History: 1985 Locus Poll Award Nominee for Best SF Novel (lost to The Integral Trees by Larry Niven).
Signed by Author(s)
003452

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KIF STRIKE BACK [THE] (SIGNED), Cherryh, C. J.
2 KIF STRIKE BACK [THE] (SIGNED)
Cherryh, C. J.
Daw, 1986, 

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Near Fine, Fine. Book. Cherry, David A.
Book Club edition. First printing code "Q10" on page 252 and code 01175 at bottom corner of rear jacket panel. Not a remainder or ex-library copy. Signed by Cherryh on the title page Issued by the Science Fiction Book Club. Moderate foxing on upper page block, else square and straight copy without the usual clipping or previous owner's marks. Jacket has two faint tape ghosts on rear panel, else is clean without tears or stains. Unusually good condition for a book club this age. Previously published in limited and trade editions in 1985 by specialty publisher Phantasia Press. Third novel in Cherryh's excellent and under-recognized Chanur series. Anatomy of Wonder (1995) 4-105. Award History: 1986 Locus Poll Award Nominee (lost to The Postman by David Brin).
Signed by Author(s)
004014

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JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL (CREME JACKET VARIANT), Clarke, Susanna
3 JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL (CREME JACKET VARIANT)
Clarke, Susanna
New York, Bloomsbury, 2004, 1582344167 / 9781582344164

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Rosenberg, Portia
Hardcover first edition, first printing and true first edition. Stated First Edition with "1" present in complete number line. Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. (Despite the "First US Edition" statement on the copyright page, this US edition precedes the UK edition by 3 weeks.) Not book club, remainder or ex-library copy. This copy has the coveted creme colored jacket protected with a clear, archival cover. First edition first printings were issued in two jacket variants: one creme and the other black with red endpapers. (True first editions have red endpapers with a creme or black jacket. All later printings have white endpapers and black or red jackets only.) Collectors note all first printing points are present: "First U.S. Edition 2004" state on copyright page with full number line, $27.95 price on jacket flap and red endpapers. Collectors have edged toward collecting the creme colored jackets over the black as all later printings were published in black jackets only. Also, neither the the creme nor black colored jackets are laminated, making them very prone (especially the creme jacket), to wear and smudges. Time and handling have made the creme jackets the premier collector's trade edition. ''A quite extraordinary novel, not least because of the quiet, almost leisurely ways by which it achieves its extraordinariness.'' - Gary K. Wolfe, Locus. The US edition is already into its 8th printings. Award History: 2005 Locus Award Winner for Best First Novel; 2005 World Fantasy Award Winner for Best Novel); 2005 Locus Award Winner for Best First Novel; 2005 Hugo Award Winner for Best Novel; SF Site's Best SF and Fantasy Books of 2004: 2005 Nebula Award Nominee (lost to Camouflage by Joe Haldeman); Editors' Choice; 2004 British SF Award Nominee for Best Novel (lost to River of Gods by McDonald); Borders Books Best of 2004 Science Fiction & Fantasy. NY Times Books: 100 Notable Books of the Year; Locus 2004 Recommended Reading List: First Novels.

004473

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JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL (SIGNED & DATED), Clarke, Susanna
4 JONATHAN STRANGE AND MR. NORRELL: A NOVEL (SIGNED & DATED)
Clarke, Susanna
Bloomsbury, 2004, 1582344167 / 9781582344164

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Rosenberg, Portia
Hardcover first edition, first printing and true first edition. Stated First Edition with "1" present in complete number line. Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. (Despite the "First US Edition" statement on the copyright page, this US edition precedes the UK edition by 3 weeks.) Presentation copy signed by Clarke and dated in the European fashion as "23rd Sept 04" on the title page, the same month as publication, making this copy unique. This copy has the coveted creme colored jacket (now protected in a clear, archival sleeve.) Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. First edition first printings were issued in two jacket variants: one creme and the other black with red endpapers. (True first editions have red endpapers with a creme or black jacket. All later printings have white endpapers and black or red jackets only.) Collectors note all first printing points are present: "First U.S. Edition 2004" state on copyright page with full number line, $27.95 price on jacket flap and red endpapers. Collectors have edged toward collecting the creme colored jackets over the black as all later printings were published in black jackets only. Also, neither the the creme nor black colored jackets are laminated, making them very prone (especially the creme jacket), to wear and smudges. Time and handling have made the creme jackets the premier collector's trade edition. ''A quite extraordinary novel, not least because of the quiet, almost leisurely ways by which it achieves its extraordinariness.'' - Gary K. Wolfe, Locus. The US edition is already into its 8th printings. Award History: 2005 Locus Award Winner for Best First Novel; 2005 World Fantasy Award Winner for Best Novel); 2005 Locus Award Winner for Best First Novel; 2005 Hugo Award Winner for Best Novel; SF Site's Best SF and Fantasy Books of 2004: 2005 Nebula Award Nominee (lost to Camouflage by Joe Haldeman); Editors' Choice; 2004 British SF Award Nominee for Best Novel (lost to River of Gods by McDonald); Borders Books Best of 2004 Science Fiction & Fantasy. NY Times Books: 100 Notable Books of the Year; Locus 2004 Recommended Reading List: First Novels.
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002758

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FAR KINGDOMS [THE] (SIGNED), Cole, Allan and Chris Bunch
5 FAR KINGDOMS [THE] (SIGNED)
Cole, Allan and Chris Bunch
Ballantine Books, 1993, 034538055X / 9780345380555

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Gnemo
Hardcover first edition, first printing and true first edition. (This is the only US edition to precede the UK editions.) Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. Enclosed bookplate laid-in (not attached) and inscribed "Best Wishes" by co-author Allan Cole. First book in the Anteros trilogy. The Far Kingdom's edition is the only book in the series to be a true US first. The sequels, The Warrior's Tale (1994) and Kingdoms of the Night (1995), were both published simultaneously as US and UK editions. Click to view the wonderful full color, wrap-around jacket art by Gnemo. Award History: 1993 Chelsey Award Winner for Best Cover Art by Gnemo.
Signed by Author(s)
000139

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BONES OF ZORA [THE], De Camp, L. Sprague and Catherine De Camp
6 BONES OF ZORA [THE]
De Camp, L. Sprague and Catherine De Camp
Phantasia Press, 1983, 0932096271 / 9780932096272

First Edition, Hardcover, Fine, Fine. Book. Poyser, Victoria
Hardcover first edition and first trade edition. (Preceded by the signed and numbered Phantasia limited edition.) One of 2,000 trade copies. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. Except for small amount of crinkling at top and bottom corners of the dustjacket, this copy is straight, unmarked and very fine (unread) condition in very fine dustjacket. Difficult to find Phantasia titles in very fine condition. The sixth book in De Camp's campy but very fun Krishna series. The series is both SF and Fantasy (starfarers marooned on a medieval world are exploited technically and sexually by the savvy natives), and de Camp took time in this series to poke fun at the SF/Fantasy stereotypes. We'll miss him. Phantasia Press was the premier specialty publisher for SF and Fantasy titles in the 1980's, and these finely crafted editions are very collectible, and theirs titles included Asimov's Robots of Dawn, Brin's Startide Rising, Ellison's Medea, and Gibson's Neuromancer. Excellent full color, wrap-around dustjacket illustration by Victoria Poyser.

001386

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WOLFLING, Dickson, Gordon R.
7 WOLFLING
Dickson, Gordon R.
Baen, 1991, 

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Fine, Near Fine. Book. Morrissey, Pat
Book Club and first hardcover edition. Code #17096 or rear jacket panel. Originally serialized in 1969, it was later published as a paperback by Dell. This is the first hardcover edition. Some faint crinkling at top edge of jacket, else a fine copy in near fine jacket. A clean, square copy without the usual heavy-handling seen in book club editions. Not a remainder or ex-library copy.

004711

Price: 10.00 USD
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LORD FOUL'S BANE, Donaldson, Stephen R.
8 LORD FOUL'S BANE
Donaldson, Stephen R.
Nelson Doubleday, 1977, 

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Near Fine, Very Good. Book. Tate, Janice C.
Book Club Edition, first printing and true first edition. Not a remainder or ex-library copy. First printing code H21 on page 403, indicates a first printing in May 1977. This first printing by the SFBC preceded the Holt Rinehart Winston trade edition, making it the true first edition and relatively rare. Later printings by the SFBC substituted the original cover by Tate for the S. C. Wyeth cover for the HRW trade edition. First printing with brown boards with blue lettering on spine. The First Chronicle of Thomas Covenant the Unbeliever. Map by Lynne K. Plagge. Moderate jacket crinkling at top and bottom of spine panel with heavier crinkling and chipping at upper tips. Spine panel is sunned. Brown boards with blue lettering. Boards are square and page block is clean and bright, unusual to find in book club editions, which usually suffer from heavy handling. Award History: 1978 Gandalf Award Nominee (lost to The Silmarillion by J. R. R. Tolkien).

004742

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MISSION TO MOULOKIN, Foster, Alan Dean
9 MISSION TO MOULOKIN
Foster, Alan Dean
Nelson Doubleday, 1979, 

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Fine, Fine. Book. Stone, D. K.
Book Club, first printing and first hardcover edition. At least the first US hardcover or possibly the true first edition. (A paperback was published by Del Rey in 1979 and reportedly a UK hardcover by NEL the same year, but precedence unknown.) Issued by SFBC with code J03 on page 281 and code 3373 on rear jacket flap. Not a remainder or ex-library copy. Some faint scratches on rear jacket panel with very light wear at tips, else a fine copy in fine jacket. A beautiful copy of one of Foster's more important books without the tears and stains so common with book club editions. A straight, square copy without clipping or previous owner's marks. Wonderful glossy jacket illustration by D. K. Stone. Sequel to Icerigger (1974) and the second book in the Icerigger Trilogy. "[T]he [Ice Rigger Trilogy] comprising his best work to date." - Clute and Nicholls, The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, pg. 441.

003756

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ANANSI BOYS: A NOVEL (SIGNED & DATED), Gaiman, Neil
10 ANANSI BOYS: A NOVEL (SIGNED & DATED)
Gaiman, Neil
Morrow, 2005, 006051518X / 9780060515188

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. 
Hardcover first edition, first printing. Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. One of the unspecified number of limited issue copies signed by Gaiman on the publisher's limitation page in purple ink. This copy also dated "9/30/05" on the special dedication page. (Ten days after the September 20, 2005 official publication date.) Sequel to the award-winning American Gods. "[B]rilliant mingling of the mundane and the fantastic." - Publishers Weekly (starred review). Award History: 2006 Locus Award Winner for Best Fantasy Novel.
Signed by Author(s)
003142

Price: 200.00 USD
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EYE OF THE WORLD [THE], Jordan, Robert
11 EYE OF THE WORLD [THE]
Jordan, Robert
Tor Fantasy, 1990, 0812500482 / 9780812500486

First Edition, Soft cover, Fine, No Jacket. Book. Sweet, Darryl
Trade paperback, first edition and first printing. Printed simultaneously with the first hardcover edition. Stated First Edition with number line complete. (Copies are well into 13th printings.) Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. Except for a single tear-out at the bottom edge of the spine panel (1cm x 1cm in size) and some very light scuffing, this copy shows minimal wear and is in fine condition. Over 20 years old, very rare to find a copy in fine condition. The front cover fold-out is present and not torn off, unusual in current trade paperback editions. Clean, square copy without previous owner's marks. Iconic full color, wrap-around jacket illustration (with front cover fold-out) by Darryl Sweet. Award History: 1991 Locus Poll Award Nominee (lost to Tehanu: The Last Book of Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin).

004339

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TEMERAIRE: IN THE SERVICE OF THE KING (SIGNED) by Novik and Lockwood, Novik, Naomi
12 TEMERAIRE: IN THE SERVICE OF THE KING (SIGNED) by Novik and Lockwood
Novik, Naomi
Science Fiction Book Club, 2006, 0739468715 / 9780739468715

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Lockwood, Todd
Book Club, hardcover edition and first printing. Stated First SFBC printing. Thin, closed tear (2 cm in length) at bottom corner of rear panel near spine, else fine (unread) copy in near fine jacket. A clean, square unread copy in bright jacket. Signed by Novik and inscribed "Berkeley, California" on the title page with the promotional bookmark advertising the bookstore event where it was signed. Also signed by cover artist Todd Lockwood on the title page with a doodle of dragon. Omnibus, it collects the first three novels in the Temeraire series: Temeraire (2006), Throne of Jade (2006) and Black Powder War (2006), and is the first US hardcover appearance for these three titles. (Each was previously published in UK hardcover editions.) Very nice full color, wrap-around jacket illustration by Todd Lockwood.
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003937

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LIGHT FANTASTIC [THE], Pratchett, Terry
13 LIGHT FANTASTIC [THE]
Pratchett, Terry
Colin Smythe, 1987, 

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Fine, Fine. Book. Kirby, Josh
Book Club, first printing and first US hardcover edition. (Previously published in the UK by Colin Smyth in 1986.) The 2nd Discworld novel. All first US hardcover editions were published as book club editions until HarperCollins took over publishing with Small Gods, the 12th novel. All first printing points are present: Code #11154 on rear jacket panel with first printing code "R32" on page 188. Light blue boards with the title in gold lettering on the spine. (If the gutter code is anything other than R32 and the lettering is not gold then it is a later printing.) Faint bump at head of spine panel, however the jacket is intact, the tips are sharp and the spine is straight and square. A fine (unread) copy in fine jacket. A clean copy without price clipping and rare to find in fine condition. Not a remainder nor ex-library copy. A wonderful copy featuring the outstanding full color, wrap-around jacket illustration by Josh Kirby. The second Discworld novel, preceded by The Colour of Magic. Doubleday's Science Fiction Book Club became the US distributor and all the Discworld hardcovers in the US were first published as Book Club editions starting with Colour of Magic (Discworld #1) through Witches Abroad (#12). After, all hardcovers were published in the US by HarperCollins. An iconic book.

004478

Price: 250.00 USD
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PYRAMIDS, Pratchett, Terry
14 PYRAMIDS
Pratchett, Terry
Roc, 1991, 

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Near Fine, Very Good. Book. Anderson, Doug
Book Club Edition, first printing and first US hardcover edition. (Previously published in the UK by Gollancz in 1989.) The 7th Discworld novel. All first US hardcover editions were published as book club editions until HarperCollins took over publishing with Small Gods, the 12th novel. All first printing points present: printing code #18037 on rear panel and black boards with gold lettering on spine and the NAL imprint on spine; "Jacket art by Doug Andersen" printed on rear flap, cover is also shows the artist's signature. The page block shows some moderate scuffing on the bottom edge, else a straight, square copy. Jacket has a triangular closed tear (4cm x 2cm) at bottom edge of rear jacket near the spine. Some very light chipping at tips, else jacket is clean and intact and without the usual clipping. Unusual to find these older Pratchett book club in collectible condition as they are usually "loved" to pieces by fans of the series.

004931

Price: 25.00 USD
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GALVESTON, Stewart, Sean
15 GALVESTON
Stewart, Sean
Ace, 2000, 0441006868 / 9780441006861

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Fine. Book. Stabin, Victor
Hardcover first edition, first printing. One very small (0.5cm in length) closed jacket tear at top edge of spine panel, else very fine (unread) copy in fine jacket. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. A clean, straight copy without price-clipping. Difficult to find clean first editions without remainder marks. Thematic sequel to Mockingbird, which was nominated for the 1999 Nebula Award for Best Novel. In the magic infused 21st century, a new wave of magic washes over Galveston giving birth to magical creatures and new gods. "[Stewart] is one of our finest fantasists" - Locus, February 2000. Award History: Co-Winner of the 2001 World Fantasy Award for Best Novel (tied with Declare by Dan Simmons). Winner of the 2001 Sunburst Award for best novel-length Canadian literature of the fantastic. Best Novel Nominee for the 2001 Locus Poll Award (lost to The Telling by Ursula K. Le Guin).

002440

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GALVESTON (SIGNED), Stewart, Sean
16 GALVESTON (SIGNED)
Stewart, Sean
Ace, 2000, 0441006868 / 9780441006861

First Edition, Hardcover, Fine, Fine. Book. Stabin, Victor
Hardcover first edition, first printing. Stated First Edition with number line complete. Light age-related wear on page block edges, else fine (unread) copy in fine jacket. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. Presentation copy signed by Stewart and inscribed "For Richard - This rope of sand and water - " on the title page. A clean, square copy without price-clipping or jacket tears. Clean first editions without remainder marks are rare to come by. Thematic sequel to Mockingbird, which was nominated for the 1999 Nebula Award for Best Novel. In the magic infused 21st century, a new wave of magic washes over Galveston giving birth to magical creatures and new gods. "[Stewart] is one of our finest fantasists" - Locus, February 2000. Award History: Co-Winner of the 2001 World Fantasy Award for Best Novel (tied with Declare by Dan Simmons). Winner of the 2001 Sunburst Award for best novel-length Canadian literature of the fantastic. Best Novel Nominee for the 2001 Locus Poll Award (lost to The Telling by Ursula K. Le Guin).
Signed by Author(s)
004314

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SATURN'S CHILDREN (SIGNED), Stross, Charles
17 SATURN'S CHILDREN (SIGNED)
Stross, Charles
Science Fiction Book Club, 2008, 0739499343 / 9780739499344

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Near Fine, Fine. Book. Grimando, Scott
Book Club Edition and simultaneous with the Ace edition. (Published in July, the same month as the US and UK editions, with the US edition preceding the UK edition by Orbit.) Not a remainder or ex-library copy. Signed by Stross with the very fun inscription "Sproing!" on the title page. Some handling-related edgewear and scuffing on the page block, with some very light creases at the upper edge of jacket, else near fine copy in fine jacket. Full color, wrap around jacket illustration by Scott Grimando. Award History: 2009 Hugo Award Nominee (lost to Graveyard Book by Gaiman); Locus Magazine 2008 Recommended Reading List - SF Novels.
Signed by Author(s)
004017

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MARTIAN [THE] (SIGNED & DATED), Weir, Andy
18 MARTIAN [THE] (SIGNED & DATED)
Weir, Andy
Crown Publishers, 2014, 0804139024 / 9780804139021

First Edition, Hardcover, Fine, Fine. Book. White, Eric
Hardcover first edition, first printing and first hardcover edition. Stated First Edition with "1" present in complete number line. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. (Hardcover editions are in their 17th printings and counting, of which this is a first printing.) Signed by Weir in silver ink and inscribed "4/12/14 San Francisco" on the title page. Business card for The Emerald Table also enclosed. The April 12 date is two months after it's official publication date, making this a very collectible copy. Signature only by Weir at The Emerald Table, a literature salon in North Beach, San Francisco. The Martian spent 26 weeks on various Bestseller Lists, including the NY Times. Small dent (caused by shelving) with associated crinkling at lower spine panel corner, else fine (unread) copy in fine jacket. A straight, square copy in near pristine condition. Weir studied orbital mechanics, astronomy, and the history of manned spaceflight to make the book as realistic as possible. Originally self-published on his own website in 2011 after being re-buffed by publishers, popular demand motived Weir to publish a Kindle version which recorded 35,000 downloads in a three month period. This drew the attention of Crown, who purchased the rights and re-published it in print in 2014. The novel has been optioned for The film version starring Matt Damon (originally cast for actor Aaron Paul from Breaking Bad) as marooned Martian astronaut Mark Whatney. "An excellent first novel.Weir laces the technical details with enough keen wit to satisfy hard science fiction fan and general reader alike [and] keeps the story escalating to a riveting conclusion."- Publisher's Weekly (starred review).
Signed by Author(s)
004610

Price: 375.00 USD
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GEODESICA: ASCENT AND DESCENT OMNIBUS, Williams, Sean and Shane Dix
19 GEODESICA: ASCENT AND DESCENT OMNIBUS
Williams, Sean and Shane Dix
Science Fiction Book Club, 2006, 0739463918 / 9780739463918

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Fine, Fine. Book. Moore, Chris
Book Club Edition and first hardcover edition. First SFBC Fantasy Printing: February 2006 stated on the copyright page. Light, handling related edgewear, else a fine (unread) copy in fine jacket. Not a remainder or ex-library copy. A clean, square copy. Omnibus collecting Ascent (2005) and Descent (2006), co-written by these talented Australian authors. Ascent and Descent were first published in paperback in Australia, this is the first US and first hardcover editions for both novels. Award History: 2005 Aurealis Nominee for Best SF Novel (Ascent lost to Eclipse by K. A. Bedford); Ascent won the 2006 Ditmar Award for Best Novel; 2006 Aurealis Nominee for Best SF Novel (Descent lost to K-Machines by Damien Broderick).

004795

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KNIGHT [THE]: BOOK ONE OF THE WIZARD KNIGHT, Wolfe, Gene
20 KNIGHT [THE]: BOOK ONE OF THE WIZARD KNIGHT
Wolfe, Gene
Tor, 2004, 0765309890 / 9780765309891

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Fine. Book. Manchess, Gregory
Hardcover first edition, first printing. Stated First Edition with "1" present in complete number line. Very light wear to jacket edges with a tiny, shallow bump on top front corner, else very fine (unread) copy in fine jacket. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. A clean, square copy without price-clipping. Hardcover first editions without remainder marks are nearly impossible to find today due to the small print run. Award History: 2005 World Fantasy Award Nominee for Best Novel (lost to Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell by Susanna Clarke); 2004 Nebula Award Nominee for Best Novel (lost to Paladin of Souls by Bujold).

003930

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