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McNaughton, Brian With An Intro. By Alan Rodgers, And An Afterword By S.T. Joshi Listings

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1 McNaughton, Brian with an intro. By Alan Rodgers, and an Afterword By S.T. Joshi

The Throne of Bones

Black River, New York: Black River, NY: Terminal Fright, 1997, 1st Edition Stated (actually a Book Club Edition )
1997 0965813509 / 9780965813501
First Edition
Hard Cover
Near Fine (see description)

Very Good+ (see description) Jamie Oberschlake
Not Signed
----------hard cover, about 5.75 x 8.5 inches, a Near Fine copy, in a Very Good+ dust jacket with a couple of very short closed tears on rear panel, states First Edition on the copyright page but this is a Book Club Edition ---as well the true 1st edition is .25 inches taller than the BCE, some wonderfully gruesome reading, ---this contains: Brian McNaughton and the Stories that Compelled Him: Rich, Phantasmic, Creepy as Sin by Alan Rogers; Ringard and Dendra; The Throne of Bones ( Lord Glyphtard's tale; The Lecher of the Apothegm; The Ghoul's Child; The Doctor's Tale; How Zara Lost her Way in the Graveyard; The tale of the Zaxoin Siblings ); The Vendren Worm ; Meryphillia ; Reunion in Cephalune; The Art of Tiphytsorn Glocque; A Scholar from Sythiphore ; Vendriel and Vendreela; The Retrograde Necromancer; The Return of Liron Wolfbaiter; Afterword by S. T. Joshi ---"You hold in your hands a book of stories that forced Brian McNaughton to write. Make no mistake: I donít exaggerate. Thereís a reason this book won the World Fantasy Award. The stories inside it are rich, fascinating stuff -creepy and unsettling and phantasmic. Imagine what Tolkienís Lord of the Rings would have been like if Tolkien had tried to tell that story sympathetically from the point of view of the human denizens of Mordor and youíll have the slightest sense of what youíre about to wade intoóbut only just a sense. These stories will make the same demands on you that they made on Brian: they will command and compel you, and fill you full of terrible wonder. And when youíve finished them youíll find yourself wanting more. -Alan Rodgers"---, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo
149659


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2 McNaughton, Brian (signed) with an intro. By Alan Rodgers, and an Afterword By S.T. Joshi ( Kenneth Abner, Editor -Signed Promo Material )( Edward Bryant / LOCUS Magazine related)

The Throne of Bones ---by Brian McNaughton -a Signed Copy ( 1st Edition )

Black River, New York: Black River, NY: Terminal Fright, 1997, 1st Edition, First Printing
1997 0965813509 / 9780965813501
First Edition
Hard Cover
Fine (see description)

Fine (see description) Jamie Oberschlake
Signed
----------hard cover, the true FIRST EDITION< about 5.75 x 8.75 inches, a Fine copy, in a Fine dust jacket, signed on the front blank endpaper by McNaughton, rarely encountered signed, laid into this copy is a prmotional blurb from the editor/publisher Ken Abner which has been signed, as well there is a copy of the (then) recent LOCUS review by Edward Bryant, plus there is some correspondence between Abner and a bookseller, some wonderfully gruesome reading, ---this contains: Brian McNaughton and the Stories that Compelled Him: Rich, Phantasmic, Creepy as Sin by Alan Rogers; Ringard and Dendra; The Throne of Bones ( Lord Glyphtard's tale; The Lecher of the Apothegm; The Ghoul's Child; The Doctor's Tale; How Zara Lost her Way in the Graveyard; The tale of the Zaxoin Siblings ); The Vendren Worm ; Meryphillia ; Reunion in Cephalune; The Art of Tiphytsorn Glocque; A Scholar from Sythiphore ; Vendriel and Vendreela; The Retrograde Necromancer; The Return of Liron Wolfbaiter; Afterword by S. T. Joshi ---"You hold in your hands a book of stories that forced Brian McNaughton to write. Make no mistake: I donít exaggerate. Thereís a reason this book won the World Fantasy Award. The stories inside it are rich, fascinating stuff -creepy and unsettling and phantasmic. Imagine what Tolkienís Lord of the Rings would have been like if Tolkien had tried to tell that story sympathetically from the point of view of the human denizens of Mordor and youíll have the slightest sense of what youíre about to wade intoóbut only just a sense. These stories will make the same demands on you that they made on Brian: they will command and compel you, and fill you full of terrible wonder. And when youíve finished them youíll find yourself wanting more. -Alan Rodgers"---, any image directly beside this listing is the actual book and not a generic photo
158007


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