Saturday, March 01, 2008

Limited Edition -- Nothing to Be Frightened of

The London Review Bookshop is delighted to announce its latest title in the London Review Bookshop Limited Editions series, Julian Barnes's Nothing to Be Frightened of.

The edition, signed by the author before publication (6 March), comprises 125 copies, of which 100 have been quarter-bound in Harmatan fine-grain leather (Crimson 21) with patterned boards by Enid Marx (courtesy of the Judd Street Gallery 1988), housed in a cloth slipcase and numbered 1to 100, and 25 fully bound in the same leather, housed in a solander box and numbered i to xxv. The bindings have been designed by Andrew Stilwell and the books have been bound, slipcased and boxed by The Fine Book Bindery, Wellingborough, Northants.

All pre-publication orders should be sent in writing to Andrew Stilwell at the bookshop or by email to, with cheque (one copy only) or full card details, including security code. Pre-publication orders will be accepted up until 14 March. On this date any multiple orders will be reviewed in order of receipt, and may be scaled down so that as many people as possible receive at least one copy. No payment will be processed or books dispatched before 14 March.

Books will be sent by Special Delivery in the UK (please add £4.70 per book), and by International Signed For to Europe (add £7.10 per book) and the Rest of the World (add £8.70 per book). Please note that the book is exempt from the 10% LRB reader discount days.

Quarter leather edition: £170 (£150 before 14 March)

Full leather edition: £290 (£260 before 14 March)

To order this and other limited editions from the London Review Bookshop, please visit and click on "Limited Editions".


At 25 March, 2008 11:27, Anonymous Anonymous said...

gracias otra vez


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