Hardbound 1st edition, 1st printing. Signed by Neil Gaiman on the title page. This Extraordinary book is the only novel so far in the history of Speculative Fiction to Win the Hugo, Nebula, Stoker and Locus awards for Best Novel!
To-die-for, all-hardbound-OUT-OF-PRINT! ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO COMPLETE 6 out of 6 books Ellen Datlow & Terri Windling Dark Fairy Tales series. The *only complete set* available for sale on the Internet.
Hardbound. All in color; hundreds of illustrations, maps, diagrams. Do you know that a Gnome is seven times stronger than a human? Or that his sense of smell is nineteen times more acute? Or that Gnomes rub noses in both greeting and farewell? Or that Gnome couples always have twin children?
Years ago, when House of Leaves was first being passed around, it was nothing more than a badly bundled heap of paper, parts of which would occasionally surface on the Internet. No one could have anticipated the small but devoted following this terrifying story would soon command.
SIGNED. Hardbound. Who better to wreak havoc with eight beloved fairy tales than Gregory Maguire, the brilliant, funny, best-selling author of the adult novel Wicked as well as the hilarious middle-grade series the Hamlet Chronicles.
Hardbound. Neil Gaiman is most widely known for his graphic novels, short stories, and -now- his most recent novel American Gods (w/c you ought to have bought and read). Adventures in the Dream Trade shows other sides of the writer.
Hardbound. AMAZING HARD-TO-FIND True UK 1st edition. This is the very first omnibus edition published which features: The Northern Lights (US Title: The Golden Compass), The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass. The book shows the printing nos 1-10 indicating a first printing.
Out-of-Print Hardbound edition. Here are nine devilishly twisted fairy tales as the Brothers Grimm never dared to tell them. With her brilliantly macabre pen, Tanith Lee retells some familiar tales, and concocts some new and unusual ones, as she asks us to consider the possibility that things may not work as our fairy tales have them...