The Children of Hurin, UK De Luxe Edition, by J.R.R. Tolkien, published April 2007 by Harper Collins.
The first standalone tale of Middle-earth since 1977, and the first complete version of one of J.R.R. tolkien's 'Great Tales', with many exclusive features:
Drawing together J.R.R. Tolkiens original manuscripts, using many sources spaced out over decades, Christopher Tolkien has constructed a narrative without any editorial invention.
Includes a brand new red and black Map of Beleriand specially drawn by Christopher Tolkien, which appears as a fold-out sheet.
Contains eight colour paintings and twenty-five pencil sketches, specially commissioned from award-winning artist, Alan Lee. Features an exclusive colour frontispiece painting by Alan Lee.
Includes a specially written introduction and appendix on the history and writing of the tale by Christopher Tolkien.
Quarter-bound in blue with grey boards, stamped in gold foil with a unique motif of the Helm of Hador created by Alan Lee, and housed in a matching custom-built slipcase.
Printed on superior quality paper and including a silk ribbon marker.This edition was available for a limited time only. Still sealed in the factory plastic wrap, the photos were taken of an opened copy.
Matches the style and design of the Harper Collin's 50th Anniversary Lord of the Rings, the 2004 Deluxe Hobbit, and the Deluxe Silmarillion released in April 2007. Soon to be complemented by the release of a matching Deluxe Tales of the Perilous Realm (October 2008 release).
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