I see Easton Press published a hardbound edition of The Night Circus. It was available to buy... Until recently, Erin Morgenstern has only written this one book (I'm not counting her Flax-Golden Tales). What made (or gave?) The Night Circus consideration as a classic? That is what I'm trying to understand. There seem to be multiple editions of the book. I'd like to own the Easton Press edition, however, the price for one now is outrageous.