Re-issues -Tim powers

Who's Wee Dug

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Just found this one special limited issues.

Over the course of reviewing Tim Powers's three Fisher King novels (Last Call, Expiration Date, Earthquake Weather), Green Man Review summed things up this way: "There's no way I'm not recommending this trio to anyone who hasn't read it - these books are simply too unusual and too compelling. And if you're a huge Powers fan already, the addition of these gorgeous re-released hardcovers from Subterranean with their awesome interior illustrations would be a fantastic addition to any bibliophile's collection."
As an added bonus, all three books are available as a set for a special price.
Set of Signed Limited Editions of Last Call, Expiration Date and Earthquake Weather: $200
 

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Well, I've not got the money for the limited edition set, but if you haven't read these books and like urban fantasy, or any fantasy at all...READ THEM! This is great stuff.
 

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I havent read these books yet but i have already choosed the trade paperbacks i will get. I dont want some small,tiny texted mass paperback for TP.
 

Connavar

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Like I said fussy....;)

The Fisher King novels are well worth a look for sure.


Hehe :p

Some authors are important to me that i wont get any edition when i have the choice. Its not like its out of print problems like other favorites of mine like Jack Vance.

Tim Powers is extra important, the guy writes books once or twice in a decade you have get the right edition to re-read the books you have.
 

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Tim Powers is extra important, the guy writes books once or twice in a decade you have get the right edition to re-read the books you have.
Well, 12 books in something like 25 years isn't too bad though.......:rolleyes: Clearly you're not getting out (into the world/life) enough....:p

I agree though that having special reproductions of some of your favorite author's "classics" is something special.
 

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