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Could my copy of The Wastelands be rare?

Discussion in 'The Dark Tower III: The Waste Lands' started by Mr. Gray Robert, Mar 30, 2016.

  1. Mr. Gray Robert

    Mr. Gray Robert Well-Known Member

    I have a copy of The Wastelands that goes to page 23(the picture of Shardik) then you flip the page and it starts all over from the beginning. Was wondering if this is rare or are there many more out there?
     
    Patricia A, stacy270, Neesy and 6 others like this.
  2. Tery

    Tery I want to look at life In the available light Moderator

    Welcome! I can't answer that but someone on here will know.
     
  3. blunthead

    blunthead Well-Known Member

    I think that copies like this have no unique value other than that you can return it to the place you purchased it for replacement; that is, it's nothing more than a defective product.
     
  4. GNTLGNT

    GNTLGNT The idiot is IN

    ...error in the binding process...
     
  5. carrie's younger brother

    carrie's younger brother Well-Known Member

    What he said.
     
  6. Aloysius Nell

    Aloysius Nell Well-Known Member

    I had a copy of Koko like that, except it was a 30-page replacement halfway through the book. As in, it went 348, 349, 350, 321, 322, 323...then when it cot back to 350 it jumped to 380. I was completely lost so I went to a bookstore and read those 30 pages standing in the aisle.
     
  7. stacy270

    stacy270 Keep On Floatin' On

    I don't know but it would be neat to have a quirky copy in your collection:)
     
  8. Patricia A

    Patricia A ReMember

    All I can say is hang on to it until you check into it. Stephen King's books have a way of distinguishing themselves as collectable above and beyond all others. The famous misprint of Salem's Lot rakes in perfectly huge bucks. So hang on to it.
    Check this link out and do a search.
    AbeBooks - Used Books, Rare Books, New Books & Textbooks
     
  9. Neesy

    Neesy #1 fan (Annie Wilkes cousin) 1st cousin Mom's side

    [​IMG]
    :umm::dunno::m_whatwhat::question_pig:
     
  10. Bev Vincent

    Bev Vincent Well-Known Member

    Rare-ish. But not likely to be considered valuable unless you could find someone who collects misprints and misbound books.
     
  11. Mr. Gray Robert

    Mr. Gray Robert Well-Known Member

    Thank you all for your input. Although it would be nice if it was valuable I like just having a copy that's a little different. Maybe it's from another level of the Tower? Hehe
     
  12. Patricia A

    Patricia A ReMember

    So I was wondering, is it a hardcover copy, or a trade paperback, the softcover that is approximately the same size of a hardcover? Do you know which printing it is, or what year it was published?
     
  13. Mr. Gray Robert

    Mr. Gray Robert Well-Known Member

    I can check when I get home. At work right now. Shhhh!!!!:a24:
     
  14. Patricia A

    Patricia A ReMember

    Mums the word. LOL very quietly. :shh:
     

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