London, Orion, 2010-2016. First Edition. First Impression. Hardback. Three  volumes, very good condition. A decent set of this highly-regarded trilogy. Cronin's agent sold the film rights to Ridley Scott's production company three years before the publication of the first book in 2010 based on Cronin's 400 page sample. More recently, Scott's company has switched this from the big screen to television (probably a good move). There was inevitably quite a bit of hype around the publication, though thankfully the books have for once largely lived up to it. Volume one is pulled to the front hinge at the half-title as is common. Signed without inscription on a publisher's tipped-in sheet as issued. Volume two is without inscription, with a date (Waterstone's edition with additional chapter). Volume three is #311 of 500 signed copies, issued by a bookseller. A decent set overall. [7486, Hyraxia Books].