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  • Splync
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    August is likely Winterset Hollow by Jonathan Edward Durham.

    September is The Last Unicorn by Peter S Beagle.

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  • TacomaDiver
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    August could be House of Leaves which would be AMAZING. I've asked Paul for this novel every time he sends out a survey. While I already own a signed 1/1, I'd love to add a Suntup version to my collection.

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  • sholloman81
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    Any guesses on the next Suntup titles? The clues have me totally stumped. Love seeing that all will be signed by authors.

    1) JULY- No Clues were given

    2) AUGUST- This book about a book is the author’s debut novel, a dark and twisted fantasy that has been praised by the likes of Diana Gabaldon. This is the first signed limited edition of the novel.

    3) SEPTEMBER- One of the most enduring fantasy novels of the 20th century, the lead character embarks upon a quest to find out what happened to her kind.

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  • Dave1442397
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    Originally posted by swintek View Post

    Congrats on the kid off to college! The real important stuff.
    Thanks!

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  • swintek
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    Originally posted by Dave1442397 View Post
    I did buy the AE of Psycho. I've been trying to limit book purchases lately, just because I have too many books and a kid heading off to college, but...
    Congrats on the kid off to college! The real important stuff.

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  • Dave1442397
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    I did buy the AE of Psycho. I've been trying to limit book purchases lately, just because I have too many books and a kid heading off to college, but...

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by swintek View Post

    Once again, my thoughts- exactly. This one will hurt to miss, but I just can't do these weekly north of $100 books any longer.
    I am quickly coming to this conclusion myself. I've been having to do some soul-searching about my collecting habits as of late. I love the books that are coming out and the increased production values, but my budget is quickly finding its limit.

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  • Ben Staad
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    Hurts to pass on this one for me however it's not good timing. Probably not able to make a big purchase until August at least.

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  • swintek
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    Originally posted by RonClinton View Post
    As I mentioned in another thread, I'm trying to downsize my collection, and given that I already have the signed/numbered/slipcased Gauntlet HC edition (signed by Bloch and Matheson), add'l editions of the same book just don't go along with that downsizing goal. So I'll have to pass...but I don't have to be happy about it.
    Once again, my thoughts- exactly. This one will hurt to miss, but I just can't do these weekly north of $100 books any longer. Like you, especially when I have the Gauntlet edition, which is somewhat important as I believe it is the only signed limited of this cornerstone novel- and by Gauntlet's standards one of their "nicer" editions, imho (although i never cared for the cover- don't get me wrong- I LOVE Alan M. Clark's perfectly gruesome illustration- just don't think it should be on the cover, as it's a major "spoiler", if you can spoil what everyone already knows!). But, yeah- not happy about missing this one- looks nice. I especially like the original DJ.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    Originally posted by RonClinton View Post
    As I mentioned in another thread, I'm trying to downsize my collection, and given that I already have the signed/numbered/slipcased Gauntlet HC edition (signed by Bloch and Matheson), add'l editions of the same book just don't go along with that downsizing goal. So I'll have to pass...but I don't have to be happy about it.
    Well, I know that Gauntlet's books tend to be a little plainer in comparison to Suntup's, but it's kinda hard to beat the signature from Bloch and Matheson. What a nice book to have on the shelf!

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  • RonClinton
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    As I mentioned in another thread, I'm trying to downsize my collection, and given that I already have the signed/numbered/slipcased Gauntlet HC edition (signed by Bloch and Matheson), add'l editions of the same book just don't go along with that downsizing goal. So I'll have to pass...but I don't have to be happy about it.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    I want one, but, like you, there have been too many other purchases lately. I wasn't expecting to drop $170 on the Earthling/Thunderstorm announcement and coupling that with the Grant Masters of the Weird Tale, my reserves have taken a serious hit. I need a little time to recover.

    I'm sure the limited will look nicer in person, but the pictures just don't do much for me. The lettered, though...man, that looks like it's gonna be beautiful book. The Artist Edition is also nice looking and I like the double-sided dustjacket. Maybe I'll find $155 hiding somewhere...

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  • sholloman81
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    Anyone picking up Psycho today? It looks great, but I'm going to have to pass. Just too many other book purchases lately. Hopefully, I can find a copy up the road at a fair price.

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  • RonClinton
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    Good to know, and pleased to hear the book came first so that it, for all intents and purposes, is the original word on the matter — thanks, guys.

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  • brlesh
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    Originally posted by Martin View Post

    I actually have never read the book and only saw the movie when I was in high school. If my memory serves me correct the book was originally released as a fiction novel and marketed as a true story a couple of years before the movie.
    The book definitely came first, in 1977 I believe. ┬áIt was marketed from the beginning as a “true” story based on the real life murders of the DeFeo family (entire family except for an infant murdered by the oldest son, Ronald DeFeo). The movie came out in 1979 (??).
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