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Stephen King "The Stand" dj/HC, Signed & Inscribed, 1990 1st Edition
Stephen King "The Stand" dj/HC, Signed & Inscribed, 1990 1st Edition

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Doubleday (1990)
Binding: dj/HC
Edition: Signed First Edition

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Product Code: SK287

Signature Authenticity: You will receive a legitimate hand-signed edition. This book includes a lifetime guarantee of authenticity and will pass authentication by the PSADNA, AMA (Academy of Manuscript and Autograph ), or any other such company that specializes in autographs. Personally hand signed by Stephen King directly into the book. This is a real genuine autograph by Stephen King and not a facsimile, stamp, or auto-pen. No bookplates. Beautiful signature presentation in bold ink.

A Very Original Collectible of this First Edition title - Authentic - Uniquely Inscribed.

Stephen King, "The Stand" dj/HC Doubleday 1990, First Edition. "First Trade Edition" as stated on copyright page.  Not price clipped, with price on inside of DJ still visible. NOT a Book Club Edition. Bound in black cloth over black boards. Book Size: 6.25 x 9.5. Protected in brand new Mylar clear covering. All original - vintage King. Signed and inscribed by the author early in 1997!

Boldly signed on the title page:

"For Terry -
Best wishes,
Stephen King,


Fine /NF. Protected in brand new Mylar covering. No markings, writings, or stampings. No attached bookplates or signs of any removed. No torn or ripped pages. A wonderful bright clean copy. Tight binding without any separation. Very minor edge wear in one spot. Clean & straight boards. Overall, the book exhibits excellent qualities and would make a wonderful addition to your Stephen King library. Collector grade hardcover.

In 1978, science fiction writer Spider Robinson wrote a scathing review of The Stand in which he exhorted his readers to grab strangers in bookstores and beg them not to buy it.

The Stand is like that. You either love it or hate it, but you can't ignore it. Stephen King's most popular book, according to polls of his fans, is an end-of-the-world scenario: a rapidly mutating flu virus is accidentally released from a U.S. military facility and wipes out 99 and 44/100 percent of the world's population, thus setting the stage for an apocalyptic confrontation between Good and Evil.

"I love to burn things up," King says. "It's the werewolf in me, I guess.... The Stand was particularly fulfilling, because there I got a chance to scrub the whole human race, and man, it was fun! ... Much of the compulsive, driven feeling I had while I worked on The Stand came from the vicarious thrill of imagining an entire entrenched social order destroyed in one stroke."

There is much to admire in The Stand: the vivid thumbnail sketches with which King populates a whole landscape with dozens of believable characters; the deep sense of nostalgia for things left behind; the way it subverts our sense of reality by showing us a world we find familiar, then flipping it over to reveal the darkness underneath. Anyone who wants to know, or claims to know, the heart of the American experience needs to read this book.

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