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    The Zombie Who Cried Human

    The Zombie Who Cried Human
    by Brian James Freeman
    Artwork by Glenn Chadbourne



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    #2
    I am so thrilled with this one! Two of my favorite books from CD are The Christmas Thingy and The Halloween Mouse. To see them venture back into illustrated children's stories is exciting for me!

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      #3
      Originally posted by Martin View Post
      I am so thrilled with this one! Two of my favorite books from CD are The Christmas Thingy and The Halloween Mouse. To see them venture back into illustrated children's stories is exciting for me!
      Me too! Ordered a reading copy for the grandson and the limited for Pop

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        #4
        I ordered two extra trade copies for the kids to keep them away from Dad's copies!

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          #5
          Originally posted by bsaenz24 View Post
          I ordered two extra trade copies for the kids to keep them away from Dad's copies!

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            #6
            Originally posted by Brian861 View Post
            I had to because whoever said to love is to share never owned books.

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              #7
              Originally posted by bsaenz24 View Post
              I had to because whoever said to love is to share never owned books.
              True LOL.

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                #8
                The limited editions of these are headed out this week.
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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Dan Hocker View Post
                  The limited editions of these are headed out this week.
                  Sweet!

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                    #10
                    Received mine today and it's beautiful. I love it!

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Tommy View Post
                      Received mine today and it's beautiful. I love it!
                      Received my copy today......question........the announcement said the dust jacket would be different from the trade edition. I have both and see no difference other than the color of the title at the top and the contributor's names on the bottom. Just asking.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by pumpheel View Post
                        Received my copy today......question........the announcement said the dust jacket would be different from the trade edition. I have both and see no difference other than the color of the title at the top and the contributor's names on the bottom. Just asking.
                        I would assume that's the difference. It was the same with Robert McCammon's HE'LL COME KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR and TALES FROM GREYSTONE BAY published by Cemetery Dance. The colors of the logo and author's name were different on the limited edition.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Marmaduke Grigsby View Post
                          I would assume that's the difference. It was the same with Robert McCammon's HE'LL COME KNOCKING AT YOUR DOOR and TALES FROM GREYSTONE BAY published by Cemetery Dance. The colors of the logo and author's name were different on the limited edition.
                          And the inside flap should have the edition specific information, instead of having the trade hardcover information. I really do NOT like using trade DJs on limited editions, which used to be the standard for most books that had both editions, because it leads to confusion down the road -- people not knowing which edition they really have, etc.

                          So whenever possible, I like there to be two different DJs even though it doubles the DJ printing cost. (The artwork is usually the same simply because there isn't room in the budget for two different cover pieces.)

                          Hope this information helps!

                          Brian
                          Brian James Freeman
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                            #14
                            Originally posted by Brian James Freeman View Post
                            And the inside flap should have the edition specific information, instead of having the trade hardcover information. I really do NOT like using trade DJs on limited editions, which used to be the standard for most books that had both editions, because it leads to confusion down the road -- people not knowing which edition they really have, etc.

                            So whenever possible, I like there to be two different DJs even though it doubles the DJ printing cost. (The artwork is usually the same simply because there isn't room in the budget for two different cover pieces.)

                            Hope this information helps!

                            Brian
                            Yes it did. I really like the book/slipcase and there is no problem especially since I got a CDCC 35% discount and used my CD credit. Life is good.

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                              #15
                              Looking forward to my patreon copy.

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