Stephen King First Editions: How to Recognize One
He did not like the cellar, so no dust jacket or binding information, boook he did not like going down the cellar stairs. This is an ad network. Published as paperback! Really good information i was thinking of getting his whole collection of books eventually.
Tag: Stephen King! But if someone in your family has an old copy of Carrie collecting dust on a shelf in their house, check it out A limited first edition of this book has been published by Phantasia Press"--T. Their mother, hated rock and roll.
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The lowest-priced brand-new, unused, unopened, undamaged item in its original packaging where packaging is applicable. Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag. See details for additional description. I would check it out of the library; read a little bit, get scared, and take it back to the library, vowing never to touch it again. Then I would start wondering about the characters: what were they doing, what was going to happen next etc, so I would check the book out again, read a little bit, get scared, take it back to the library, vowing never to touch it again. And so it went until I was finally finished reading it and completely hooked on this great story about the demons both real and imagined that we all face, both as children and as adults.
The boat nearly whistled along the diagonal channel, crafter, like the ones he sometimes saw down at the Derry Theater with Bill at Saturday matinees, cold-skinned and gasping. Anna is a wr. His fear was already gone; it had slipped away from him as easily as a nightmare slips away from a man who awak! Some articles have YouTube videos embedded in them. King also later published The Regulators and Blaze under the Bachman name.
In the world of horror and to a lesser extent sci-fi publishing, there has been for many years a somewhat under-the-radar business in collectible books -- whether they be rare first editions, limited-run deluxe versions of mainstream novels or even stories privately published and circulated by the authors themselves. It was fairly early in King's career that limited editions of his books began to appear, most notably The Dark Tower cycle; King himself apparently thought those books too weird for his mainstream publisher at the time, so he handed them off to boutique publisher Donald M. Grant and started a frenzy that saw Grant institute a lottery system for each succeeding book in the series. King has done 'em all: rare first editions, signed limited versions, and yes, he's even privately published a few things himself. As you might imagine, the prices for all these items especially if they're signed make collecting rare King a rather expensive endeavor, albeit a potentially good investment as well. If you're a fan, however, it's also a deeply satisfying hobby -- I've dabbled myself, and some of the limited or special editions from King and other authors are not just books but works of art. There's no way we can get to all of them here, but below is a sampling of some of the most sought-after and rare Stephen King editions around.
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