Swan Song - Thirtieth Anniversary Edition

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Robert
McCammon

Signed Limited Edition - Slipcase, Lettered

Collector's Corner - Premium Price

$500.00
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SWAN SONG and Stephen King's Misery tied for the 1987 Bram Stoker Award. Incredibly, three decades ago, Robert McCammon created the epic post-apocalyptic novel of the afterwards of a nuclear battle between Russia and the United States. The conflict followed an Afghanistan war and exposed issues in Kabul and Pakistan. When life on the planet is changed forever, the story explores humanity's struggle to return to civilization.

 

THIS COPY (shown below) was signed and lettered (PC) by Robert McCammon on the limited page.  It is a new, unread limited edition opened only for signing. It was published in March, 2017, and sold out on publication date. There were 500 numbered (originally $150) and 52 lettered (originally $400). All came in a gorgeous slipcase and were illustrated throughout. The lettered editions feature a magnificent gatefold by David Ho.

 

The Alabama Booksmith acquired the author's personal collection (lettered P.C.) and comes with a parchment certificate authenticating provenance and signed by Robert McCammon.

 

ROBERT MCCAMMON (pictured below from our Wall of Fame) is a Homeboy who has launched every title at the store since coming out of retirement in 2002. Like his fans around the world, we are thrilled that this New York Times best seller is again writing in his unique style that ultimately allows good to triumph over evil. He is best known for Boy's Life that is required reading in three out of every four high schools in America. Our staff is hooked on his Matthew Corbett series that we believe showcases the most exciting sleuth in fiction since Sherlock Holmes. Thank you Robert McCammon for signing our books.

 

THE TOP VIDEO was shot in our stockroom and is a short synopsis of the book given by Mr. McCammon himself. 

THE BOTTOM VIDEO was shot at the store on December 5, 2017 and features Robert McCammon taking questions about his writing from folks who braved a cold, windy, and rainy night for this unique opportunity.

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