When Bird Box by Josh Malerman was published in 2014 it became a sensation and a hugely successful debut novel. With a dystopian world so frightening because of its many unknowns, the book struck a chord with readers and resulted in a significant success for HarperCollins.
This special edition from Dark Regions Press features original wraparound color dust jacket artwork by Vincent Chong, ten interior illustrations by Glenn Chadbourne, a new 9,000 word Bird Box story entitled “Bobby Knocks” and a new afterword from author Josh Malerman. Offered in two limited edition oversized hardcover formats featuring dust jackets, foil stampings and signature sheets signed by the author and artists. Limited to just 526 copies total between both editions worldwide, one-time printing only.
Bird Box Special Edition is available in two signed limited edition hardcover formats. Both are printed offset on acid-free paper with Smyth sewn case binding in an oversized 7"x10" hardcover format.
500 Signed and Numbered Hardcover - signed by author Josh Malerman, limited to 500 signed and numbered copies worldwide, wraparound color dust jacket, spine stamped with title/author name in silver foil. ISBN: 978-1-62641-245-3. PREORDER (ETA: Q4 2017)
26 Deluxe Signed and Lettered Traycased Hardcover - signed by author Josh Malerman, artists Vincent Chong and Glenn Chadbourne, limited to 26 signed and lettered copies worldwide, wraparound color dust jacket, color illustrated end sheets, satin book ribbon, bound in leather, front cover and spine stamped with title and author name in gold foil, housed in a blue clamshell Bird Box traycase. ISBN: 978-1-62641-264-4. PREORDER (ETA: Q1 2018)
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