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Latest HarperCollins paperback editions
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I have located paperback copies of The Silmarillion in the latest cover design - Taniquetil with the blue moon behind - in both A-Format and B-Format.

Has anybody seen the equivalent covers for The Hobbit, FR, TT & RK in A-Format?

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Deagol, does the smaller A-Format (which I don't have yet) have the same ISBN as the old A-Format Silmarillion from 1999; and does it continue with the impression numbering?

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Same ISBN but 13 digit now.
Mine is impression no.67.

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A 67th impression?! It's amazing that they're still running this impression numbering from nearly 15 years ago.

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I'd seen the cover illustration for the A-format Silmarillion, but I wasn't sure if it was really being used for a book. I guess it is.

I've recently seen an illustration in a similar style for Unfinished Tales, but I wasn't aware of a new edition. Anyone know if this is genuine, or just a misleading stock image?

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Unfinished-Tales-9780261102163-Paperback-BRAND-NEW-FREE-P-H-/191055792206?pt=Fiction&hash=item2c7bd0084e

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