New York: Viking Press, 2003. First American edition. Hardcover. Fine/fine. Slight scuffing to cover. Signed Jasper on tipped in page. Dust jacket in protective mylar cover. Also Included: - Color postcard signed Jasper on the back left edge Thursday Next meets the Cat. Code: TNU 055. USA TN-2, April 2003. One of one thousand given away during the hc launch. - Color postcard signed Jasper on the back left edge, Femole Thursday Next Edition. Code: TNU 056 one of the one thousand given away in the US in April 2003. - Color Postcard signed Jasper on the back left edge Pete & Daves Dodo Emporium. Code TNU 057. USA TN-2, April 2003. One of one thousand given away during the HB launch VG (slight wear to bottom edge). - One Point-of-sale advert with US cover art on the front and back 10 tall. - One US promotional self-adhesive bumper sticker with Lost in a Good Book printed like the US cover in Yellow against a grey background. - One US promotional self-adhesive bumper sticker with Thursday Next making the world safe for fiction! printed across it on a blue background. - Three US promotional self-adhesive sticker name tags Jurisfiction Prose Resource Operative Agent:_______ www.thursdaynext.com printed on the front with the image of the maze book in the background. - One promotional bookmark laid in for the American release of The Eyre Affair on one side and Lost in a Good Book on the other.
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