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Casa editrice: BBC Books, Great Britain
Data di pubblicazione: 1996
Legatura: Hard Back
Condizione libro: Very Good
Condizione sovraccoperta: Very Good
Edizione: First Edition.
Jacket price clipped and creased and torn at edges, and has slight indentations to the surface. Jacket damp stained on the reverse along the top and bottom edges. No mention of any reprints at reverse title page. Jacket depicts a fist on fire. Pages browned with age and have a damp stained watermark along the fore-edge down to the bottom open corner. Inside, pages are clean and bright with no inscriptions. Very early signs of foxing to page edges. 287pp. Size: 9.5"/6.5". Codice inventario libreria 045360
Riassunto: Part fiction, part fantasy, part hyper-reality, this is a story about the Other London, where people live in the cellars and sewers and abandoned Underground lines. It is a London divided into "Baronies", in which the common names of London places take a new and strange reality.
Recensione: 'This is a wonderful booK - I had imagined it would sink without trace, but Headline now has him on board and this is back. Fantastic' Sarah Broadhurst, BOOKSELLER
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