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Temeraire   -  (First Book of the Series) by  Naomi Novik - First Edition - 2006 - from Goldring Books and

Temeraire - (First Book of the Series)

by Novik, Naomi

Condition: New/New

London: Harper Collins, 2006. A NEW UNREAD COPY . FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING. Dustjacket is not price clipped. 330 pages. Although new it does have a sign of foxing developing to top edge. The first in the Temeraire series, set amid the turmoil of the Napoleonic wars. As Napoleon's Grand Army tear Europe apart, his vast armada is poised to engage Admiral Nelson's smaller fleet and threaten Britain. But the struggle is over more than land and sea, for both sides have an air force. And the fiery death they rain down upon their enemies has nothing to do with gunpowder - it comes from the very guts of the beasts they are flying - Dragons. Peter Jackson the film producer of The Hobbit fame secured the rights for a planned film. 207. First Edition. Hard Cover. New/New. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.


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