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Re: Other Fantasy Writers
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I beat Khamul to it, and changed the title

I'll put in a plug for another site that I am member of, as that is a much better site for this type of question, we stick here to what the site is renowned for, collecting Tolkien

This question comes up a lot on the plaza and there are lots of posts about what other fantasy writers people like, and here is an example.

http://www.lotrplaza.com/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=242076

My answer to the question though is that I only really like one fantasy author's books, and I will let you guess who that is? (that last comment makes me think of the really hard questions on TV phone-ins, like my favourite, What colour is an orange?)

Posted on: 2011/10/15 2:29

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Re: Tales of the Perilous Realms Deluxe Signed edition
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Urulókë wrote:
Thanks guys. Not sure if the slip of paper is worth the price difference to me, but there are still £60 copies of the signed edition available from tolkien.co.uk (and signed copies on eBay, etc.)


Not a big surprise that HarperCollins still have limited too 500 copies available (reminds me of Super-Deluxe books in recent years)

Posted on: 2011/10/12 12:08


Re: Tales of the Perilous Realms Deluxe Signed edition
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Stu is correct, you did get a flyer with the book and that states it is a signed copy, which is the only difference in the books apart from Mr Lee's signature.

Posted on: 2011/10/12 11:24


Re: Tolkien Monogram
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Looking at my books, I think Pictures by J.R.R. Tolkien (1979) is the first example of the monogram being used on a book.
Letters is continuing the theme.

Posted on: 2011/10/8 0:23


Re: The Wonders of eBay
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Well it is £154 more than I paid for my copy

How rare are these copies (possibly a very large number could have been issued with the replacement dust-jacket)?

Posted on: 2011/10/7 11:00



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