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    Senior Member Starting to Drool Incessantly bsaenz24's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeffingoff View Post
    Those are wicked! Wicked awesome! Totally!

    I'm going to have to be content with my Folio Society purchase. Bradbury can get pretty expensive.
    This is one of my favorite Bradbury limiteds I have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsaenz24 View Post
    This is one of my favorite Bradbury limiteds I have.

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    WHERE. DID. YOU. GET. THAT?!

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    I found it and I found that I cannot afford it. It's a fantastic edition. I'm extremely jealous.

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    Very neat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    So how many editions of the same book can you get LOL!! I know some of us had talked about that with the Folio edition of Ray Bradburyís Something Wicked this Way comes being released. Hereís all the hardback copies I have. Iíll post the paperback editions later. I have a great book club edition, from when book club editions were still well done. I have the American first, the British first, The William Morrow, the PS edition and as Ron Mentioned, the fabulous Gaunlet edition signed by Bradbury, Joe Lansdale and Peter Crowther. The one Iíve had the longest and read the most is the book club edition which has sentimental value, but not much value otherwise LOL!!
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    You Never Know what's going to pop-up on my shelves!
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    An Oldie but a goodie. It always gets a second look when I put it out for Halloween. 1988? Really? Hard to believe LOL!!
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    That is a cool book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhatchett View Post
    You Never Know what's going to pop-up on my shelves!
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    Hey, Mike, what's your general take on PS' deluxe reprint of Laws' CHASM? I have the UK HC 1st with a signed bookplate, so though I'd really anticipated the 1/100 S/L PS edition with its corrected (and expanded?) text, I ultimately decided to pass. Still not sure that was the right decision, though, as I love the book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RonClinton View Post
    Hey, Mike, what's your general take on PS' deluxe reprint of Laws' CHASM? I have the UK HC 1st with a signed bookplate, so though I'd really anticipated the 1/100 S/L PS edition with its corrected (and expanded?) text, I ultimately decided to pass. Still not sure that was the right decision, though, as I love the book.
    Ron, If you Love it you should get it at some point, I really liked it. The book is very well put together, sturdy.

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    Any supplemental standalone material or is it just the (edited) novel proper?

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    No additional material or even an introduction,just the re-edited story.

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    OK, thanks… I’m going to continue to mull over it. Will probably weaken one of these days…

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