London, Gollancz, 2007. First Edition. First Impression. Hardback. A very good copy in a near fine jacket. Quite uncommon. The Name of Wind is one of the most popular fantasies of the 21st century. As with pretty much every speculative series or trilogy nowadays the TV and film industry have picked this up (currently with Showtime). The book is marred by foxing, not usually seen on a book this new! Priced accordingly. Jacket has just a little handling wear. For more detail, the edges of the block are toned with foxing apparent. Internally, just the half-title is affected with a few spots. Spine tips bumped. [7316, Hyraxia Books].