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VOICES OF HEAVEN [THE] (SIGNED), Pohl, Frederik and Jack Williamson
1 VOICES OF HEAVEN [THE] (SIGNED)
Pohl, Frederik and Jack Williamson
Tor, 1994, 0312856431 / 9780312856434

First Edition, Hardcover, Very Fine, Very Fine. Book. Walotsky, Ron
Very fine (unread) copy in very fine jacket. Hardcover first edition, first printing. Not a book club, remainder nor ex-library copy. Signed by Pohl on the title page. Stand alone novel and SF thriller, where a small, struggling colony of humans are caught up in the intrigues of the indigeneous inhabitants' struggle against the colonizing humans.
Signed by Author(s)
000180

Price: 50.00 USD
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LIFEBURST, Williamson, Jack
2 LIFEBURST
Williamson, Jack
Ballantine Del Rey, 1984, 0345313941 / 9780345313942

First Edition, Hardcover, Fine, Near Fine. Book. Dixon, Don
Hardcover first edition, first printing. Not a book club, remainder or ex-library copy. Very small, closed but jagged jacket tear at head of spine panel (0.5 cm in size). Light jacket rippling by the laminate on rear jacket flap, else very fine (unread) copy in fine jacket. A straight, square copy without price-clipping.

003860

Price: 10.00 USD
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THREE FROM THE LEGION, Williamson, Jack
3 THREE FROM THE LEGION
Williamson, Jack
Nelson Doubleday, 1979, 

Book Club (BCE/BOMC), Hardcover, Fine, Near Fine. Book. Woolhiser, Jack
Book Club Edition, first printing. First printing code #J47 on page 535 and code #3591 on rear jacket flap. Maroon boards with black lettering on spine. Omnibus, collects The Legion of Space (1947) The Cometeers (1950) and One Against the Legion (1950), all originally published in pulp magazines before being published in hardcovers by Fantasy Press. The interesting collecting point about this BCE is it also collects in hardcover for the first time the novella "Nowhere Near" another Legion of Space story, which was first published in pulp magazine and strangely was not listed in the Contents page of the BCE. Aside from some scuffing along the bottom edges of the boards and light age-related wear at the top edge, the boards and page block are square, bright and without marks. Excellent condition for this book club. The jacket has light crinkling at top and bottom corners of the spine panel with one small, closed tear (2 cm in length) at the bottom edge of rear jacket panel. Aside from these defects, the jacket is bright, intact and without chipping.

004865

Price: 25.00 USD
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PASSAGE: A NOVEL (SIGNED), Willis, Connie
4 PASSAGE: A NOVEL (SIGNED)
Willis, Connie
Bantam, 2001, 0553111248 / 9780553111248

First Edition, Soft cover, Fine, No Jacket. Book. Becker, Royce M.
Advanced Reading Copy (ARC). Trade paperback, first printing. No jacket as issued. Signed by Connie Willis on the title page. Bantam promotional letter also enclosed. (Rare to find the promotional letters still with the ARCs.) Tips lightly worn with some faint scuffing to page block edges, else fine copy without jacket as issued. A clean, square copy without tears. Full color page of the book's pending jacket illustration by Royce Becker precedes the half-title page. Joanna Lander, a scientist researching patients' Near Death Experiences (NDF), collaborates with another scientist who has perfected a psychoactive drug that can send a person into NDF and pull them back. But Lander's repeated trips to NDF brings something back with her, and opens a door unknown to anyone. A gripping time-travel novel by the award-winning author of the time-travel novels The Doomsday Book, To Say Nothing of the Dog and Lincoln's Dreams. "[M]asterfully blends tragedy, humor, and fear in an unforgettable meditation on humanity and death." - Therese Littleton, Amazon (May, 2001). "The book's multiplying internal and external mazes provide an emblem of human complexity, foolishness, and deeper terrors, some reaching from beyond death." - Locus, May 2001. Award History: 2002 Locus Award Winner for Best SF Novel; 2002 Hugo Award Nominee for Best Novel (lost to American Gods by Gaiman); 2002 John W. Campbell Award Nominee (lost to dual winners Terraforming Earth by Jack Williamson and The Chronoliths by Robert Charles Wilson); 2002 Arthur C. Clarke Award Nominee (lost to Bold as Love by Gwyneth Jones); San Francisco Chronicle Book Review Best of 2001 List for Best Novel; 2001 Nebula Award Nominee for Best Novel (lost to Quantum Rose by Asaro).
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004254

Price: 75.00 USD
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