D Pope wrote:Congratz mate!
Isn't there a story behind the one from Gregg Press?
I think that one is a phantom.
ULFsurfer wrote:Barnes & Nobles just released Dune as part of their leather classics series. These books are some kind of mix between Folio Society and Easton Press, more cheaply produced, thus also not very expensive (got mine for 21 bucks at the local store). Maybe a nice addition to the book shelf for someone who doesn't want to spend a fortune on more expensive collectibles, or for hardcore fanatics who must have everything (ahem).
Omphalos wrote:Anything from BH or KJA in that edition? In other words, is it tainted?
Ampoliros wrote:Is it the same typeface/font or a new one?
The ones I've picked up since moving to Singapore 3 months ago. I now have like 2.5 sets of the saga and 2 copies of the Encyclopedia- this one is a much better copy than my first one.
leagued wrote:-I think the Pandora Sequence is a new bound collection; I'd never seen or heard of it before I found it on Amazon about a month back.
inhuien wrote:After much research about something called a duster(?), and in spite of no popular demand I give you all me Frank Herbert novels bar 2, DM and CoD seem to have feeked off somewhere.
Hunchback Jack wrote:BTW how did you end up with multiple copies of the same edition, and why do you keep the extra copies? (Not criticising, just interested).
inhuien wrote:Plus I could never discard a Frank Herbert novel to the trash.
just_kyle wrote:Kwisatz wrote:Which Heretics proof is that? The UK edition?