New York, Tor, 1990-2013. First Editions. First Impressions. Hardbacks. 13 volumes complete, with additional accompanying volume. An outstanding achievement in world building, perhaps second only to Tolkien in scope. At nearly 4.5 million words and over 10,000 pages, nothing comes close in scope. If you listened to the audiobooks for an hour every day on your lunch break, it would take you 480 days to get through the whole lot. In 2014 it was nominated for a Hugo award, losing out to Ann Leckie - kind of a kick in the teeth. Production, apparently just commenced for a TV adaptation for Amazon. There's certainly the material for a good few seasons. All fifteen books are signed by their respective authors without inscription. Near fine to fine throughout. Volume one a touch sunned to the spine. Volumes two and three with foxing to the top edge. [7347, Hyraxia Books].