I prefer the original cover by far.SimsKatie wrote:Who's Wee Dug wrote:Yes they are bit bleak to look at not a fan of them.
It suits Reaper Man, but that's really it...
Black covers . . . . . can't be seen . . . . stealth . . . .RJH wrote:jaeger wrote:Stealth covers
they are at the bottom of the post
feanor wrote:Ayup All...
I don't quite understand the rationale behind these Black covers. Unless they're for people who have 'Minimalist' homes and are frightened that their equally retentive friends will find out that they have a sense of Humour... or indeed posessions...
I 'Came' to Terry quite Late I think, read TLF first, In paperback, (Secondhand of course) and then read TCOM, then bought the next three or four, also paperback, and read them in order. The first book I bought in Hardcover was MP, and like that ever since. But in Kirby/Kidby cover. (ooh, Alliteration !) Eric's in 'Floppycover' (yellow cover.) Strata, TDSOTS and Good Omens are Paperback too. I just think the 'Kids' covers are more entertaining, and in the Spirit of the Stories... Same as HP. I read COS first, Then PS, then followed the sequence... But all in 'Kids' and not those silly 'Adult' (OOer !) versions.
The Josh Kirby covers are still the most widely available of the paperbacks and you shouldn't have any trouble getting them.Gman707 wrote:I have had some of my kirby covered paper backs go missing. I have recently moved house and i think a box has gone missing. I lost about ten of them, which is highly annoying. Thankfully it was only paper backs as i have all of them since masquerade in first edition hard back.
Are they stopping/have they stopped production of the kirby ones? because i would really rather like to replace them before they do.
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