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Re: Open Road

Small wonder :-( I'd rather been on a lookout for Simon de Monfort the elder.  BTW - this is something I bet you'd love (no science fiction) Barbarian In The
Krzysztof Sokolowski
1:59 PM
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8280

Re: Open Road

... I think the only ones of my Open Road titles that are not being issued in print form are the three omnibuses of early space opera that Paizo Press issued a
agberg
12:54 PM
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8279

Re: Open Road

Have taken delivery of 'The Man in the Maze' published by Open Road. Have just got to finish 'The Perfect Heresy' by Stephen O'Shea (excellent readable history
keithwarren57
Aug 1
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8278

Re: Open Road

I'm glad to see any new edition, but TOM O'BEDLAM being in its original state makes this even better news.  I only read the paperback a few years ago, so I'll
John Walsh
Jul 27
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8277

Re: Open Road

I am a very big fan of Tom O’Bedlam. I especially liked the breathless pace and dramatic conclusion. But it was a long time ago, and I am excited to read it
Tony Mann
Jul 27
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8276

Re: Berkley Book of Skulls

Beautiful work.  I'd never seen the Jim Burns TIME OF CHANGES.  My favorite cover of that is the one with the photo of the man in the desert seeming to
John Walsh
Jul 24
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8275

Re: Berkley Book of Skulls

I was only ever going to buy just one...and now look at it... The Illustration Exchange - The Collection of Welshgriffin
welshgriffin
Jul 24
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8274

Re: Berkley Book of Skulls

You know there's something I'd like to say following on from my last post of a lovely photo of Alice Sheldon (eventually to become James Tiptree Jr) which is
keithwarren57
Jul 24
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8273

Re: Berkley Book of Skulls

Welsh Griffin is as we know a notable collector of sf art in this case as illustrating Robert Silverberg's books. It is a very arresting field but something
keithwarren57
Jul 23
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8272

Re: Berkley Book of Skulls

I have a special place in my heart for that edition, too, as it's the one I bought and still own. Also, the Berkley series might have had bad covers, but they
Chris Rosella
Jul 22
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8271

Re: Berkley Book of Skulls

I like Paul's art too. It's a shame because of the eleven covers he did for Silverberg, five were damaged from a flood and Paul considers them unsaleable now.
welshgriffin
Jul 22
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8270

Re: Berkley Book of Skulls

I love Paul Alexander's cover art.  The reason I dislike this cover is that it's too  'on the nose' for the book. I know Mr. RS and most others prefer the
John Walsh
Jul 22
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8269

Re: Berkley Book of Skulls

Picking on poor old Paul Alexander huh? Well the original painting was destroyed in a basement flood so he told me, or perhaps by his own hand for being so
welshgriffin
Jul 22
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8268

Berkley Book of Skulls

Went to the town of secondhand books today,Hay-on-Wye in Wales,and found this hideous edition of Book of Skulls:
keithwarren57
Jul 22
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agberg
Jul 9
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