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What are the 15 most expensive sci-fi, fantasy and horror books?


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Osirion

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Here's an interesting article from the SyFy website.

Although, after a quick scan of the comments section, it seems that he missed some. Still, very interesting. Especially the bit about a copy of Fahrenheit 451 being bound in Asbestos.


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::Sigh:: If I ever win the lottery... those books will be mine. MINE, I tell you!

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