The different editions of Wind Through the KeyholePosted: April 25, 2012, 00:22:38
Today The Wind Through the Keyhole is released an it’s not often that we have so many different editions to choose from. I will try to list them for you here. I won’t include ARC’s and Galleys but only the once you can actually buy, even though some will cost you quite a lot.
From the US:
Donald M. Grant’s editions:
ARTIST EDITION: This edition is released in 5,000 copies and signed by Jae Lee and issued in a stamped slipcase. This one has all the illustrations.
DELUXE EDITION: This edition is released in 800 copies and signed by both Stephen King and Jae Lee and is issued in a stamped clamshell tray case. This one has all the illustrations.
Scribner’s edition: This one doesn’t have the color illustrations.
Simon & Schuster’s audio edition: This one has an extra disk with the first chapter of Doctor Sleep.
From the UK:
Hodder & Stoughton’s trade edition: This one doesn’t have the color illustrations.
Hodder & Stoughton’s limited sold by W H Smiths (book store in the UK): This edition has a sticker saying "Exclusive Limited Edition including one colour plate by Jae Lee" (the color plate is of a boy holding an axe on top of a reptile's head) and a sticker on the front saying “Collector’s Edition Exclusive to WHSmith”. It only has that color illustration.
Hodder & Stoughton’s limited edition: This one has all the illustrations and King’s facsimile signature.
Hodder & Stoughton’s limited with a dust jacket from PSPublishing: This edition is released in 700 copies and King’s facsimile signature.
Hodder & Stoughton’s limited edition: This edition was released in 200 copies, has all the illustrations and is signed by King.
So, did I miss anyone? What edition are you getting?