St. Martin's Press, 1984. First Edition. Hard Cover. Good Condition/Fair. Ex-library with typical marks, minimal wear; tight book; clean text. The dj is torn on back; taped to boards. Story of computer becoming more human. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Standard Weight. Category: Fiction; Inventory No: 045487. .
Saint Martin's Press. Good. Good-/Good- 031204917x c. 1984, black bds. w/price clipped d.j., 316pp., (shelf wear, corners bumped, page ends lt.soiled, some crinkling and half moons from page turning, lt.soiling to a few pages, binding good, d.j. taped to bds., lt.edge wear, mylar cover, rubbing)
New York, NY: TOR. Good. 1985. First Paperback Edition. Soft Cover. 4 1/8" x 6 3/4" 0812580869 PAPERBACK She was ARIEL...the most complex computer ever built. When - and if - she "matured," her potential was unlimited. But there were those who wanted her secrets, who didn't care how much money or how many lives were spent in the process. Wear at edges, reading creases, some creases on book, rubbed with some white showing. .
Tor Books, 1985. First printing. Paperback. Good. Ariel by Bickham, Jack M., Published by Tor Books 1985, Paperback First printing - Showing exterior wear/creasing, contents are overall clean with no owner markings.
St Martins Pr, 1984. Hardcover. Like New. Like new hardcover with DJ. Dust jacket shows very minor shelf wear, otherwise an unblemished copy. Presented with clear mylar ARCHIVAL book jacket cover.; 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed! Ships same or next business day!
New York: St Martin's Press . Fine. 1984. First Edition. Softcover. 031204917X . First edition. Advance copy: Uncorrected Proof in very pale yellow printed wrappers [trade sized paperback format, but of the hardcover edition]. "She was the most complex computer ever built---and everyone wanted to steal her secrets---but she was just a computer. Then something magical happened". 293 pages. Fine copy. .
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