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Release Dates posted 01 Feb 2004, 23:02 by Wil, Head Moderator

[i:pssf4wtq]The Darkness that Comes Beofre[/i:pssf4wtq] will be released: In the US: June 1 In the UK: March 1 view post

posted 03 Mar 2004, 02:03 by Malarion, Candidate

Due to the fact that I don't like the UK covers at all, I'll be sending for the Canadian editions of these books. They are so much cooler. I also don't like waiting. :P Anybody else hate the UK cover? view post

posted 03 Mar 2004, 04:03 by Anonymous, Subdidact

the canadian cover for TDTCB is awesome, highly recommended. is a good bet. publishers in the US always insist on lame "fantasy-ish" covers, maybe it translates into sales? i dunno view post

posted 03 Aug 2004, 06:08 by lostsoul16, Commoner

out of curiosity which cover is which i have the one with the symbols up and down it for TDtCB view post

posted 03 Aug 2004, 08:08 by legatus, Auditor

[url=]This[/url:1963ni3o] is the Canadian cover, which I'm rather fond of. The only alternate cover I know of is [url=]this one[/url:1963ni3o], which very well might be the UK cover, but I'm not entirely sure. In any case, the second cover seems more in line with what I'd expect from a generic fantasy cover, but I definitely find the first one to be the more slick and stylish version. view post

posted 03 Aug 2004, 11:08 by Replay, Auditor

Yep, the second one is the Uk version (which I have). It's not a bad cover though, and is certainly better than what most fantasy books have. view post

posted 03 Aug 2004, 16:08 by Sovin Nai, Site Administrator

The US edition is also gray with the symbols. The difference between the US and Canadian is that the Canadian is Trade and the US is HB. view post

posted 05 Aug 2004, 21:08 by Anonymous, Subdidact

what is trade and HB mean?? view post

posted 06 Aug 2004, 14:08 by Sovin Nai, Site Administrator

Trade= trade paperback, or the larger sized paperback books usually priced around $14. HB= Hardback. view post


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