New York: William Morrow, 2002. First Edition. Brown boards with 1/4 cloth on spine with bronze lettering. SIGNED once and INSCRIBED once, "To Ed- / sure, it seems / expensive now, but / later, when I croak, it / will look like a bargain, still alive / Christopher Moore". 6" x 9.25" pp. 1-408. Moore is perhaps one of the funniest, most acerbic authors writing today. His canon of surreal, often gothic characters will one day be held up with Tom Robbins and P.G. Woodhouse. As new / as new. Item #27
"The journey seemed to go surprisingly fast once we knew we were being followed by bandits. It gave us something to talk about and our backs stayed limber, as we were always twisting in our saddles and checking the horizon. I was almost sad when they finally, after ten days on our trail, decided to attack." (p 127).