Discworldpadawan wrote:Not sure king, but they call the types you are after "letterbox" format. I have a similar dilemma, - want a hardback copy of the amazing Maurice and his educated rodents, but want the cover by paul kidby which has the piper, Maurice and some of the rats walking towards you. I think that particular cover is only in paperback at the mo tho
king100 wrote:Evening People
Trying to organise my collection and have the same formats of books in my collection. Which gets annoying at times.
Does anyone have good suggestions on where the best place to buy TP DW books.
All of them are either Gollancz or Doubleday. Is there a copy of Light Fantastic or Colour of Magic in this style as can only find a copy that has both and not as singles.
These are the style I am looking for
There was a dealer at DWCon this year, Steven Dean. Was wondering if anyone knows of his website please?
I do trawl ebay as my main reference but cannot seem to find any on google or any decent books sites.
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