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jeffingoff
04-26-2017, 09:33 PM
For those who have purchased the Grant Artist Edition of The Wind Through The Keyhole: have you noticed if the binding was sub-standard?? I read my copy once and there it's been on the shelf in the slipcase ever since. I took it down to look at it yesterday and the pages are coming away from the spine. I have other Grant editions and they all seem well-made. I was just wondering if anyone else had the same issues with WTTK.

Dave1442397
04-28-2017, 06:22 PM
I just checked my copy, which I bought new and read once. It still looks like new, with no change to the binding. It's a sewn binding, so if yours has pages coming out, I'd say it was a production problem rather than just age related.

jeffingoff
04-28-2017, 06:42 PM
I just checked my copy, which I bought new and read once. It still looks like new, with no change to the binding. It's a sewn binding, so if yours has pages coming out, I'd say it was a production problem rather than just age related.

Thanks for the feedback. I'm thinking of emailing Grant . . .

Theli
04-28-2017, 08:19 PM
They can be a bit tough to get a hold of. But it never hurts to try. Did you order it from them or buy it on the secondary market?

jeffingoff
04-28-2017, 08:34 PM
They can be a bit tough to get a hold of. But it never hurts to try. Did you order it from them or buy it on the secondary market?

I bought it direct from them. Same as DT V-VII, Little Sisters of Eluria, Desperation, and the Talisman/Black House set. So I'm hoping I have enough Grant-cred to get some consideration. I actually remember sending back the first copy of WTTK because it was damaged. I think the quality has gone way down at Grant over the years.

Though I adore those Grant editions.