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Deadhouse Gates: A Tale of The Malazan Book of the Fallen by Steven Erikson - Paperback - January 2006 - from Colorado's Used Bookstore, Inc.  and Biblio.co.uk

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Deadhouse Gates: A Tale of The Malazan Book of the Fallen

by Steven Erikson

Condition: Good


Tor Fantasy, January 2006. Mass Market Paperback . Good. Creases to the spine with light edgewear to cover. Pages clean and unmarked. Pages lightly, tanning with age. Reading crease along the spine. All Orders Shipped With Tracking And Delivery Confirmation Numbers.

Deadhouse Gates is the second novel in Steven Erikson's epic fantasy series, the Malazan Book of the Fallen. Deadhouse Gates follows on from the first novel, Gardens of the Moon and takes place simultaneously with events in the third novel Memories of Ice. The novel was first published in the United Kingdom as a trade paperback on 1 September 2000, with a mass-market paperback edition followed on 1 October 2001.




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