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  • NUMBER9DREAM. by Mitchell, David.
    Mitchell, David.
    NUMBER9DREAM.

    Edition: Uncorrected proof (trade paperback format. )

    Norman, OK: Random House, (2002). First edition - Mitchell's second novel, set in Tokyo's seething underworld - "As Eiji Miyake's twentieth birthday nears, he arrives in Tokyo with a mission - to find the father he has never met." Shortlisted for the Booker award. 400 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 80478
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  • NUMBER9DREAM. by Mitchell, David.
    Mitchell, David.
    NUMBER9DREAM.

    Edition: First printing, a trade paperback original.

    London: Sceptre / Hodder & Stoughton, (2001). SIGNED first edition - True first edition of Mitchell's second novel, set in Tokyo's seething underworld - "As Eiji Miyake's twentieth birthday nears, he arrives in Tokyo with a mission - to find the father he has never met." SIGNED on the title page with a small doodle. Shortlisted for the Booker award. 418 pp. ISBN: 0-340739762.

    Condition: Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 67573
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  • GHOSTWRITTEN. by Mitchell, David.
    Mitchell, David.
    GHOSTWRITTEN.

    Edition: First thus- the first Vintage International trade paperback.

    New York: Vintage Books, (2001). Mitchell's remarkable first novel - "Nine disparate but interconnected tales (and a short coda) . . . examine 21st century notions of community, coincidence, causality, catastrophe and fate. Each episode in this mammoth socio-cultural tapestry is related in the first person, and set in a different international locale. The gripping first story introduces Keisuke Tanaka, aka Quasar, a fanatical Japanese doomsday cultist who's on the lam in Okinawa after completing a successful gas attack in a Tokyo subway. The links between Quasar and the novel's next narrator, Satoru Sonada, a teenage jazz aficionado, are tenuous at first. [but] as the plot progresses the connections between narrators become more complex,"(PW Weekly) Among his many awards,…

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    New York: Vintage Books, (2001). Mitchell's remarkable first novel - "Nine disparate but interconnected tales (and a short coda) . . . examine 21st century notions of community, coincidence, causality, catastrophe and fate. Each episode in this mammoth socio-cultural tapestry is related in the first person, and set in a different international locale. The gripping first story introduces Keisuke Tanaka, aka Quasar, a fanatical Japanese doomsday cultist who's on the lam in Okinawa after completing a successful gas attack in a Tokyo subway. The links between Quasar and the novel's next narrator, Satoru Sonada, a teenage jazz aficionado, are tenuous at first. [but] as the plot progresses the connections between narrators become more complex,"(PW Weekly) Among his many awards, Mitchell has been selected as one of the best young British authors by Granta. 425 pp. ISBN: 0-375724508.

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    Condition: Very good in illustrated wrappers.

    Book ID: 81342
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