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  • Ben Staad
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    Hot damn! Glad to hear from another fan of Peter Clines. Starting reading him when his Ex series was being put out by Permutated Press. He is a very good author and writes fun and interesting stories.

    Originally posted by Splync View Post
    Dark Matter is a very solid novel, though I'd rather see The Fold by Peter Clines. Though it's more likely to be Dark Matter.

    That being said, if anyone has read and enjoyed Dark Matter, you should also read The Fold. It's reality-bending, dimension-swapping sci-fi at its finest!

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  • Splync
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    Dark Matter is a very solid novel, though I'd rather see The Fold by Peter Clines. Though it's more likely to be Dark Matter.

    That being said, if anyone has read and enjoyed Dark Matter, you should also read The Fold. It's reality-bending, dimension-swapping sci-fi at its finest!

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  • jeffingoff
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    Originally posted by RonClinton View Post

    Oct seems likely, especially with the recent butterfly clue.
    Nov would be interesting...I love Crouch's stuff, and I do think DARK MATTER is his best novel, but I'd be hardpressed to think of his work as having the classic merit worthy of the Suntup treatment. That said, I'd probably buy it.
    Nov (2) also seems a wise guess, though I wasn't a fan of the book.
    If Dec is correct, jeffingoff will be thrilled.
    I've been shaking since I read the clue. At first I told myself that it's got to be Wasp Factory. But that don't check out. At this point, if it's not Butcher Boy I'll be very busted up.

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  • Ben Staad
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    Sub Press has one of these.

    https://subterraneanpress.com/cline-ready-player-one

    This doesn't mean Paul wouldn't throw his hat in the ring though.

    Originally posted by MikeStegs View Post
    I’ll throw in my guess for the Science Fiction book. I’ll go with “Ready Player One”. It was written in 2011 so “a few years ago” and virtual reality plays a large part in the book which lines up with “one of the best books of any year…or any reality.” I’m probably completely off base but that was what came to my mind anyways.

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  • MikeStegs
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    I’ll throw in my guess for the Science Fiction book. I’ll go with “Ready Player One”. It was written in 2011 so “a few years ago” and virtual reality plays a large part in the book which lines up with “one of the best books of any year…or any reality.” I’m probably completely off base but that was what came to my mind anyways.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by sholloman81 View Post
    Just had a chance to look over the email for the Suntup announcement schedule for October - December 2021. After reading the hints, I genuinely have no guesses as to what the upcoming books will be. Would love to hear if any of you have guesses....

    1) This novel by one of the most masterful storytellers of his generation holds its readers captive, and is often credited as creating the modern day psychological thriller.
    2) Though published only a few years ago, this fast-paced science-fiction novel would have been considered one of the best books of any year… or, any reality.
    3) A brilliant modern day spin on one of horror’s classic tropes, this novel was highly praised by Stephen King and George R.R. Martin when it arrived in the United States.
    4) The story of a young boy’s descent into madness and rage, this is the first limited edition of the novel hailed by critics as “startlingly original” upon its publication in the early 90s.
    I remain 'cautiously' confident that October is 'The Collector'. I am my normal 'clueless' on the remaining.

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  • RonClinton
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    Originally posted by JeremyM View Post
    My guesses for the next quarter - the sci-fi title is the one I'm the least confident in.

    Oct - 'The Collector' by John Fowles
    Nov (1) - 'Dark Matter' by Blake Crouch
    Nov (2) - 'Hex' by Thomas Olde Heuvelt
    Dec - 'The Butcher Boy' by Patrick McCabe
    Oct seems likely, especially with the recent butterfly clue.
    Nov would be interesting...I love Crouch's stuff, and I do think DARK MATTER is his best novel, but I'd be hardpressed to think of his work as having the classic merit worthy of the Suntup treatment. That said, I'd probably buy it.
    Nov (2) also seems a wise guess, though I wasn't a fan of the book.
    If Dec is correct, jeffingoff will be thrilled.

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  • Ben Staad
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    I think those are all solid guesses. I'm not current with sci-fi so I'm not sure on that one but the 1,3,and 4 seem right.

    Originally posted by JeremyM View Post
    My guesses for the next quarter - the sci-fi title is the one I'm the least confident in.

    Oct - 'The Collector' by John Fowles
    Nov (1) - 'Dark Matter' by Blake Crouch
    Nov (2) - 'Hex' by Thomas Olde Heuvelt
    Dec - 'The Butcher Boy' by Patrick McCabe

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  • JeremyM
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    My guesses for the next quarter - the sci-fi title is the one I'm the least confident in.

    Oct - 'The Collector' by John Fowles
    Nov (1) - 'Dark Matter' by Blake Crouch
    Nov (2) - 'Hex' by Thomas Olde Heuvelt
    Dec - 'The Butcher Boy' by Patrick McCabe

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  • sholloman81
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    Just had a chance to look over the email for the Suntup announcement schedule for October - December 2021. After reading the hints, I genuinely have no guesses as to what the upcoming books will be. Would love to hear if any of you have guesses....

    1) This novel by one of the most masterful storytellers of his generation holds its readers captive, and is often credited as creating the modern day psychological thriller.
    2) Though published only a few years ago, this fast-paced science-fiction novel would have been considered one of the best books of any year… or, any reality.
    3) A brilliant modern day spin on one of horror’s classic tropes, this novel was highly praised by Stephen King and George R.R. Martin when it arrived in the United States.
    4) The story of a young boy’s descent into madness and rage, this is the first limited edition of the novel hailed by critics as “startlingly original” upon its publication in the early 90s.

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  • RonClinton
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    Originally posted by Martin View Post

    Valid point. Had I been able to get that one at the published price I would probably have it. I hove only seen it in photos and it does not present value to me at the prices I have seen. I also do not see it for sale much so the high aftermarket prices are probably in line.
    It’s one of those ultra-limited 100-copy releases that Centipede does from time to time, so, yeah, aftermarket copies are few and far between. Looking back, at $175, it’s one I should’ve picked up but didn’t, figuring my FL edition was sufficient…ah well.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by RonClinton View Post

    Don’t forget that Centipede also did a limited of THE COLLECTOR, though it was of course posthumous, so our Franklin Library edition remains the only signed limited.
    Valid point. Had I been able to get that one at the published price I would probably have it. I have only seen it in photos and it does not present value to me at the prices I have seen. I also do not see it for sale much so the high aftermarket prices are probably in line.
    Last edited by Martin; 09-20-2021, 09:00 PM.

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  • RonClinton
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    Originally posted by Martin View Post

    I think the price is reflective if the effort put into the production. It is clear that this is a special book to Paul.

    On his live feed he stated that the moth included in the Silence Limited was a hint for his next offering. He also mentioned that the hint was a bit obscure for the story and that it already has a limited edition. I mentioned that I hoped it would be The Collector on the TDT forum and Paul responded to another persons guess that they were not correct but that the title had been mentioned. I have the Franklin Library edition and it will be the only limited signed by the author. I really hope I am right, I would love a Suntup production of this book!
    Don’t forget that Centipede also did a limited of THE COLLECTOR, though it was of course posthumous, so our Franklin Library edition remains the only signed limited.

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  • Martin
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    Originally posted by Splync View Post

    I was thinking earlier about the cost of the giveaway being absorbed into the AE price.

    It really makes the Folio Society set seem that much more appealing. Three Dahl books, including Charlie, for less than the cost of an AE. And all three titles have the Blake illustrations.

    This one does include other illustrations and bonus material though... But my wallet hurts.
    I would assume the margin on all editions has been padded for the giveaways. Does not appear to be hurting sales though.

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  • sholloman81
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    The AGE has official sold out. Hope everyone who wanted a copy got one!

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