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The Host by  Stephanie Meyer - First UK edition-first printing - from Alpha 2 Omega Books and Biblio.com

The Host

by Meyer, Stephanie

Condition: Near fine/Near fine


Sphere. First UK edition-first printing. Hardcover. Near fine/Near fine. Near fine condition.Sphere,2008.First UK edition-first printing.Black hardback(silver lettering to the spine,two small dents on the cover) with Dj(a couple of creases,small nicks and scratches on the Dj cover),both in near fine condition.Nice and clean pages with a small mark and two ink marks on the outer edges,a couple of small nicks on the edges of the pages.Nice and clean book with light shelf wear inside the edges of the Dj cover.617pp.Price un-clipped.A collectable first edition-first printing.


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