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  • Sock Monkey
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    Man, SST's edition of MALORIE sold out super fast. I'm really happy to see that SST is starting to really build some headwind with their book titles and getting more attention. They're doing some great work.

    I also received my copy of HORRORSTOR and someone had mentioned that the cover reminds them of something that Centipede would do and I absolutely agree. Really great looking book for a smoking price.

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  • Dave1442397
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    Originally posted by joejets View Post
    And not just a slipcase, but an illustrated slipcase! Cheers to SST, and I hope they give his following novel, "Elsewhere", a similar treatment. Charnel House did some beautiful Koontz books; this might be a step up, especially at the price.
    Yes, the SST editions are cheap at the price. I've never been a big enough Koontz fan to buy a Charnel House edition of his work, even though they look like beautiful books.

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  • joejets
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    And not just a slipcase, but an illustrated slipcase! Cheers to SST, and I hope they give his following novel, "Elsewhere", a similar treatment. Charnel House did some beautiful Koontz books; this might be a step up, especially at the price.

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  • fanatic
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    Originally posted by joejets View Post
    Did anyone else receive their SST copy of Koontz' "Devoted"? Wow, what a nice package! Slipcase and book are both absolutely top-notch.
    I received my copy today. Wow what a great production for $80.00! A signed numbered book with a slip case for that price brings me back to the good old days.


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  • Splync
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    Originally posted by joejets View Post
    Did anyone else receive their SST copy of Koontz' "Devoted"? Wow, what a nice package! Slipcase and book are both absolutely top-notch.
    I did not, but I'm not a huge Dean Koontz fan. The production looks incredible, but it was too pricey for me to drop on an author that I'm indifferent to.

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  • slayn666
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    Originally posted by Sock Monkey View Post
    I ordered mine through Camelot and haven’t received an email yet from them. Looking forward to getting my copy, though.
    Based on my experience with some other SST books ordered through Camelot, you're probably going to be waiting a couple more weeks.

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  • Sock Monkey
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    I ordered mine through Camelot and haven’t received an email yet from them. Looking forward to getting my copy, though.

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  • bookworm 1
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    Originally posted by joejets View Post
    Did anyone else receive their SST copy of Koontz' "Devoted"? Wow, what a nice package! Slipcase and book are both absolutely top-notch.
    I’m on vacation this week and will not be home until Saturday. Mine will probably be delivered on Monday when my mail service restarts

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  • Dave1442397
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    Originally posted by joejets View Post
    Did anyone else receive their SST copy of Koontz' "Devoted"? Wow, what a nice package! Slipcase and book are both absolutely top-notch.
    Yes, got it yesterday, and sat down and read it straight through. Great story, and a really nice production overall.

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  • fanatic
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    Originally posted by joejets View Post
    Did anyone else receive their SST copy of Koontz' "Devoted"? Wow, what a nice package! Slipcase and book are both absolutely top-notch.
    Good to hear. I have one on the way.

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  • Ben Staad
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    I did not but really like SST productions. They put out a really nice product and are a pleasure to do business with. The price point plus shipping is a little stretch for me these days though.

    Originally posted by joejets View Post
    Did anyone else receive their SST copy of Koontz' "Devoted"? Wow, what a nice package! Slipcase and book are both absolutely top-notch.

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  • joejets
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    Did anyone else receive their SST copy of Koontz' "Devoted"? Wow, what a nice package! Slipcase and book are both absolutely top-notch.

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  • sholloman81
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    Originally posted by bookworm 1 View Post

    Wasn’t that supposed to be kept quiet still . This was an expensive weekend as I not only purchased this and the Earthling book. Plus I was able to fill a a couple of holes in my search to complete my Cemetery Dance novella series. Time to put the wallet in the safe for a few weeks.
    I sure hope not. I assumed that it would be ok to post since the bundle had sold out by the time of my post but if I am incorrect, I definitely apologize. It has been an expensive week for me as well. Between the P. Djl Clark book from SubPress, the Keene book from Thunderstorm, and now the Malerman book from Earthling, my wallet is feeling much lighter. I'm just proud of myself for holding off on the new Suntup offering. It wasn't really my sort of book, but, that didn't stop me from wanting a copy to keep my run of AGE's from them complete. Am hoping that nothing that I want will be announced for awhile.

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  • bookworm 1
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    Originally posted by sholloman81 View Post
    Took advantage this morning of the special Tremblay bundle that was offered by SST. Included "The Little Sleep & No Sleep Til Wonderland". Had passed on these when they were announced by Thunderstorm press and am now very glad that I did as the SST version will match the other Tremblay books that SST previously published and will also include extra bonus materials that the Thunderstorm versions do not offer. I also think that the artwork from Daniele Serra looks superior to the artwork that was chosen by Thunderstorm. Just my opinion.
    Wasn’t that supposed to be kept quiet still . This was an expensive weekend as I not only purchased this and the Earthling book. Plus I was able to fill a a couple of holes in my search to complete my Cemetery Dance novella series. Time to put the wallet in the safe for a few weeks.

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  • sholloman81
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    Took advantage this morning of the special Tremblay bundle that was offered by SST. Included "The Little Sleep & No Sleep Til Wonderland". Had passed on these when they were announced by Thunderstorm press and am now very glad that I did as the SST version will match the other Tremblay books that SST previously published and will also include extra bonus materials that the Thunderstorm versions do not offer. I also think that the artwork from Daniele Serra looks superior to the artwork that was chosen by Thunderstorm. Just my opinion.

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