Best of 2001
Ding, Kylie (KAM.RIC)
Kylie.Ding at kline.com
Tue Jan 1 01:59:47 EST 2002
The question then follows on: what is the greatest number of editions of a
single DWJ book that people own? I owned five different copies of Charmed
Life, but I gave one away for Christmas. I own four copies of several of
the other books.
I want to get all the editions of all of the books!!!
PS Best of 2001 - Lirael by Garth Nix.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: rganetzk at oberlin.edu [mailto:rganetzk at oberlin.edu]
> Sent: Tuesday, 1 January 2002 5:16
> To: dwj at suberic.net
> Subject: re:Best of 2001
> Melissa said: "Does anyone else obsess over owning
> particular editions of books--
> certain bindings, certain cover art? Or is it just me?"
> 'tain't just you, Melissa. I highly doubt I'm the only
> person on this list who must
> confess to owning all of the Chrestomanci books PLUS both of
> the new copies (with
> two total volumes.) And I was just considering buying
> myself a new copy of F&H
> (yes, purely because I can't stand the firey horse and
> see-through dress, either) . I
> also have two copies of Crown of Dalemark (I couldn't resist
> those nice blue
> covers, with the mapish thing. Much better than my random
> cover the depicts
> everyone so poorly.) and I'm secretly trying to procure a
> copy of Power of thee
> with the "Magic Quest" cover (actually, I want a complete set
> of the Magic Quest
> books, with those covers, but they're really old, and I've
> only seen one apart from
> my copy of Magicians of Caprona, and it was in a used
> bookstore in the middle of
> the Milwaukee airport, and I was trying to do other stuff,
> like get on a plane, at the
> Anyway, my point is, yes, many of us try to get particular
> editions of books.
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