New York, Doubleday, 1989. First Editions. First Impressions. Hardbacks. Two volumes. Parts one and two of the tetralogy. Near fine copies. One of the greatest works of speculative fiction, an epic narrative. Hyperion was the winner of the Hugo and Locus awards. It wasn't nominated for the Nebula though (though that year, Tor published five of the six nominees, none of which won - Hyperion wasn't nominated). Fall of Hyperion was nominated for the Nebula and the Hugo, winning the BSFA and Locus. Announced to be adapted for TV by Bradley Cooper, though a little digging suggests that to be nothing more than rumour. Both volumes are fine with just a touch of dusting / foxing to the top edge. Cover art by Gary Ruddell [8082, Hyraxia Books].