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Terrific value for money, but ...

Postby Charles » Tue 27 Oct, 2015 22:26:17

I just noticed something I found amusing....

I was looking at a first edition of The Quest of Julian Day, to check the collation.

On the spine of the dust jacket it proudly proclaims '432 pages 8/6 Net'

But the novel itself starts on page 11, and ends on page 422.

I wonder if anyone noticed ? :D
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Postby Darren » Thu 12 Nov, 2015 19:09:19

And how was the collation, Charles? Was it up to scratch? Does it compare well to The Sword of Fate? :-k
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Postby Cibator » Fri 13 Nov, 2015 00:50:12

Darren wrote:And how was the collation, Charles? Was it up to scratch? Does it compare well to The Sword of Fate? :-k

Hope it was as rich and satisfying as the cold one abandoned in Simon's house by Mocata's coven on realising their host had been abducted! (Heron edition, p34) :-D
Fas est et ab hoste doceri

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Postby Darren » Fri 13 Nov, 2015 00:57:32

Very clever, Cibator. :smt023
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