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Stephen King's best book is now even better. When The Stand was first published in 1978, 150,000 words were cut from the manuscript. With this new ...Show synopsisStephen King's best book is now even better. When The Stand was first published in 1978, 150,000 words were cut from the manuscript. With this new edition, those words are restored, providing new characters, a greater depth of characterization, and a new, expanded ending.Hide synopsis
Publisher: New York, New York, U.S.A. : Doubleday,
Description:Good in Good jacket. KING-1: HUGE HEAVY HARDCOVER BOOK WITH...Good in Good jacket. KING-1: HUGE HEAVY HARDCOVER BOOK WITH good dust jacket. I have inspected this book of 1, 152 pages, well illus. in black ink sketches. THIS IS THE COMPLETE UNCUT EDITON so stated on title page. ILLUS. ARE BY BERNIE WRIGHTSON. Stats: Book weights 3 1/2 lbs. has a 2 1/2" thickness to it. Black Quarter cloth spine. Boxing these in cartons must be a b. WONDERFUL WONDERFUL ILLUS. Clean endpapers, the front cover has the REPLICA OF KING'S SIGNATURE, Not a areal signature. Sli. spots/stains noticed on OUTSIDE of book edges.
Edition: First edition. 1st British edition thus, 1st printing.
Publisher: Hodder & Stoughton Ltd,
Description:Very good in very good dust jacket. book: couple of creases...Very good in very good dust jacket. book: couple of creases running down length of ffep, glued on headband slightly separated from top of spine edge, tiny bump to bottom corner of front board, very minor edge toning throughout. dj: VG+ very tiny scuff to top & bottom edge of front flap fold, very minor wrinkling along bottom of spine edge, very minor wrinkle to top edge of rear flap fold. tightly bound unread copy with bright jacket in mylar protection.
Description:Very good in fine dust jacket. Doubleday & Co., New York, NY,...Very good in fine dust jacket. Doubleday & Co., New York, NY, 1990. 1st Ed. (Trade), 1st Printing, VG+/Fine, Hard Cover, Size=6.5"x9.5", 1153pgs. Owner name embossment on front endpaper, small ink date stamp, numbers (2) inside front endpaper, o.w. clean, bright & tight. Price unclipped. Rest of book in Fine condition. In clear plastic protective wrapper. ISBN 0385199570 99% OF OUR BOOKS ARE SHIPPED IN CUSTOM BOXES ALL ARE WELL PACKED WITH CARE!
Description:Fair. No Jacket. Book First ed. Fair condition, over all wear,...Fair. No Jacket. Book First ed. Fair condition, over all wear, spine worn and faded, binding weak. Stated first ed. with code 'T39' in gutter of last page.
i have really enjoy the book the stand I feel it is one of the b est books that he had written also I would reconned it to anyone. the book actually give more stuff than the movie. It keep you on your seat wondering what going to happen next. thanks for getting it for me kathy cox.
Well in my humble opinion it is the greatest piece of fiction I have read. The depth that you get to go into the lives and mins of each one of these characters is staggering. What a more over-played out theme (the struggle of good verses evil) to take onand truely do something original with. I can't ...
"The Stand" is by far my favorite of King's books! I was taken by surprise the first time I read it...I was expecting the usual horror that I had read previously (and enjoyed), like "The Shining," "'Salem's Lot," and "Carrie." But this was completely different! This is one of the best good vs. evil ...
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