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  1. A Bright Shining Lie

    A Bright Shining Lie is Neil Sheehan’s Pulitzer Prize-winning history of the Vietnam War told through lieutenant colonel John Paul Vann, with a new introduction by George Packer for the Folio Society.

  2. Peter Pan and Wendy

    Peter Pan and Wendy

    J. M. Barrie

    Illustrated by Debra McFarlane

    $120.00

    One of the most magical and memorable children’s stories ever written, J. M. Barrie’s Peter Pan and Wendy will delight young readers in this stunning large-format Folio edition with Debra McFarlane’s nostalgic watercolours.

  3. The Great Gatsby

    The Great Gatsby

    F. Scott Fitzgerald

    Illustrated by Sam Wolfe Connelly

    $89.95

    F. Scott Fitzgerald’s enduring classic The Great Gatsby is beautifully presented as a Folio Society edition that includes a personal note by Francis Ford Coppola and exquisite artwork by Sam Wolfe Connelly.

  4. The Folio Diary 2022

    The Folio Diary 2022, in a week-to-view hardback, showcases some of the most talented artists and illustrators from previous Folio editions, including Vector That Fox, Robert Carter and Kingsley Nebechi.

  5. The Roald Dahl Collection (Set 1)

    The Roald Dahl Collection (Set 1)

    Roald Dahl

    Illustrated by Quentin Blake

    $170.00

    Grab your golden ticket for three of Roald Dahl’s finest fizz-whizzing adventures – James and the Giant Peach, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and The Twits – in this splendiferous new Folio Society set, featuring Quentin Blake’s iconic black-and-white illustrations.

  6. Venetia

    Venetia

    Georgette Heyer

    Illustrated by Sally Dunne

    $89.95

    Stephen Fry’s exclusive introduction to this new Folio Society edition lavishes praise on Georgette Heyer’s meticulously researched and deliciously entertaining Regency Romance, Venetia.

  7. Silent Spring

    Silent Spring

    Rachel Carson

    Illustrated by Teagan White

    $99.95

    The book that launched the environmental movement, Rachel Carson’s Silent Spring arrives in a beautiful new illustrated Folio Society edition with pertinent essays by Margaret Atwood and Edward O. Wilson, and stunning photography from the Documerica archive.

  8. The Color Purple

    The Color Purple

    Alice Walker

    Illustrated by Lela Harris

    $89.95

    One of the greatest works of modern fiction, Alice Walker's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Color Purple is presented in a beautifully crafted new Folio edition, illustrated by British artist Lela Harris. 

  9. House of Many Ways

    House of Many Ways

    Diana Wynne Jones

    Illustrated by Marie-Alice Harel

    $79.95

    Folio’s beautiful edition of House of Many Ways brings another dose of magic and mayhem from the world of Howl’s Moving Castle. The final volume in Diana Wynne Jones’s trilogy is illustrated by Marie-Alice Harel.

  10. Spider-Man

    Experience the amazing adventures of Marvel’s iconic Super Hero in Spider-Man, the second volume in Folio’s exclusive ‘Marvel Heroes’ series. Featuring acclaimed comic books by Stan Lee, Steve Dikto, Todd McFarlane and Brian Michael Bendis. 

  11. The Meaning of Mice

    The Meaning of Mice

    Charles van Sandwyk

    Illustrated by Charles van Sandwyk

    $44.95

    Charles van Sandwyk takes readers on a whimsical journey into another world with the exquisitely illustrated Folio edition of The Meaning of Mice.

  12. The Lost World

    The Lost World

    Michael Crichton

    Illustrated by Vector That Fox

    $94.95

    The nightmare is far from over for humankind in Michael Crichton’s action-packed follow-up to Jurassic Park. This Folio edition of The Lost World is illustrated by Vector That Fox.

  13. The Living Mountain

    The Living Mountain

    Nan Shepherd

    Illustrated by Rose Strang

    $89.95

    With a fully revised introduction by Robert Macfarlane and paintings by landscape artist Rose Strang, this Folio edition of Nan Shepherd’s The Living Mountain celebrates her timeless ode to nature.  

  14. Kafka on the Shore

    Kafka on the Shore

    Haruki Murakami

    Illustrated by Daniel Liévano

    $175.00

    Newly introduced by Haruki Murakami, this outstanding Folio Society collector’s edition of Kafka on the Shore features the enigmatic and fantastical artwork of illustrator Daniel Liévano.

  15. The Man With the Golden Gun

    The Man With the Golden Gun

    Ian Fleming

    Illustrated by Fay Dalton

    $89.95

    Ian Fleming’s The Man with the Golden Gun sees the world’s greatest super spy tackle a deadly assassin. The latest adventure in the Folio Bond series is illustrated by Fay Dalton.

  16. The Folio Book of War Poetry

    The Folio Book of War Poetry

    Illustrated by Neil Gower

    $110.00

    In an exclusive Folio anthology illustrated by Jonathan Lloyd and Neil Gower, former Poet Laureate Andrew Motion gathers together the greatest war poetry, from antiquity to the Cold War and beyond.

  17. Dracula

    Dracula

    Bram Stoker

    Illustrated by Angela Barrett

    $110.00

    Lavishly illustrated by Angela Barrett and beautifully bound in blocked cloth, this new Folio Society edition of Bram Stoker’s Dracula is a fitting tribute to a gothic masterpiece.  

  18. Culloden

    Culloden

    Murray Pittock

    $94.95

    Fully illustrated and part of the Folio Society’s Great Battles series, Murray Pittock’s Culloden boldly reassesses the last battle fought on British soil – a clash that ended the Jacobite uprising.

  19. China

    China

    John Keay

    $315.00

    Covering 3,000 years, John Keay’s China: A History chronicles one of the world’s great civilisations, from Confucius to Mao, in an exclusively updated Folio Society edition with lavish colour illustrations and a new introduction by the author.

  20. Limited Edition
    Rob Roy

    Rob Roy

    Sir Walter Scott

    Illustrated by June Carey

    $695.00

    A new leather-bound limited edition published to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the author’s birth. Each copy is numbered by hand and signed by both introducer and illustrator. 

  21. Limited Edition
    Selected Poems

    Selected Poems

    Thomas Hardy

    Illustrated by Stanley Donwood

    $695.00

    Limited to 750 hand-numbered copies

    Over 100 of Thomas Hardy’s greatest poems newly selected and introduced by Robert Macfarlane and with more than 30 specially commissioned illustrations by Stanley Donwood. Each copy is numbered by hand and signed by both anthologist and illustrator.

  22. A Feast for Crows

    A Feast for Crows

    George R. R. Martin

    Illustrated by Jonathan Burton

    $295.00

    Discover the story of treachery and magic that began with the phenomenal A Game of Thrones. This lavish edition of George R. R. Martin’s A Feast for Crows is illustrated by Jonathan Burton.

  23. Sharpe’s Triumph

    Sharpe’s Triumph

    Bernard Cornwell

    Illustrated by Douglas Smith

    $94.95

    Folio’s illustrated Sharpe series continues with Sharpe’s Triumph. Douglas Smith provides rousing scratchboard images for the first illustrated editions of Bernard Cornwell’s enormously popular historical adventures.

  24. Misery

    Misery

    Stephen King

    Illustrated by Edward Kinsella

    $115.00

    A taut, gripping thriller, Misery is arguably Stephen King’s greatest novel. Award-winning illustrator Edward Kinsella's deeply haunting artwork and striking binding design make this the ultimate collector's edition.

  25. Everest

    Everest

    Edited by Peter Gillman

    $465.00

    Compiled, written and edited by Peter Gillman for The Folio Society, Everest: From Reconnaissance to Summit is an exclusive record of five key expeditions, introduced by Wade Davis and Jan Morris with superlative photography from the Royal Geographical Society archives.

  26. The Road

    The Road

    Cormac McCarthy

    Illustrated by Gérard DuBois

    $94.95

    Cormac McCarthy’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Road is presented as a Folio collector’s edition, with award-winning artist Gérard DuBois’s beautiful and desolate illustrations and Michael Chabon’s New York Review of Books essay.

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