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  1. Limited Edition
    Frankenstein (Limited Edition)

    Frankenstein (Limited Edition)

    Mary Shelley

    Illustrated by Angela Barrett

    £300.00

    Relish the thrilling horror of Frankenstein in Folio’s stunning new edition. The authoritative 1831 text is bound in ice-blue leather and illustrated with intensely brooding colour plates by Angela Barrett. Limited to just 750 hand-numbered copies, each signed by the artist, Mary Shelley’s darkly disturbing tale is newly introduced by Richard Holmes.

  2. The Turn of the Screw

    The Turn of the Screw

    Henry James

    Illustrated by Audrey Benjaminsen

    £39.95

    One of the most celebrated ghost stories of all time, Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw is newly introduced by novelist and essayist Colm Tóibín, and beautifully illustrated by Audrey Benjaminsen for this superb Folio Society edition.

  3. Limited Edition
    The Turn of the Screw (Limited Edition)

    The Turn of the Screw (Limited Edition)

    Henry James

    Illustrated by Audrey Benjaminsen

    £500.00

    Newly introduced by novelist and essayist Colm Tóibín, and beautifully illustrated by Audrey Benjaminsen, this superb Folio Society limited edition of Henry James’s The Turn of the Screw is bound in leather and signed by both contributors.

  4. Norwegian Wood

    Norwegian Wood

    Haruki Murakami

    Illustrated by Daniel Liévano

    £85.00

    Designed in series with the Folio Society edition of Kafka on the Shore, Haruki Murakami’s tender and nostalgic Norwegian Wood is illustrated with award-winning Daniel Liévano’s incredible artwork.

  5. Their Eyes Were Watching God

    Their Eyes Were Watching God

    Zora Neale Hurston

    Illustrated by Diana Ejaita

    £44.95

    One of the defining African-American novels of the 20th century, Zora Neale Hurston’s Their Eyes Were Watching God is beautifully illustrated by Diana Ejaita in this striking Folio Society edition.

  6. On Photography

    On Photography

    Susan Sontag

    £85.00

    The first-ever illustrated edition of Susan Sontag’s groundbreaking work, On Photography, is newly introduced by Metropolitan Museum of Art curator of photography Mia Fineman and includes 21 beautifully reproduced archive photographs.

  7. Micrographia

    Micrographia

    Robert Hooke

    £75.00

    Robert Hooke’s science classic Micrographia changed the way we view the natural world. This beautifully crafted Folio Society edition of the complete text includes all Hooke’s original illustrations and an introduction by historian Ruth Scurr.

  8. All Hell Let Loose

    All Hell Let Loose

    Max Hastings

    £150.00

    Published in a richly illustrated Folio Society edition, Max Hastings’ All Hell Let Loose is a people’s history of the Second World War from one of its greatest historians: the complete story of the conflict.

  9. Neverwhere

    Neverwhere

    Neil Gaiman

    Illustrated by Chris Malbon

    £85.00

    Neil Gaiman’s urban fantasy epic weaves a spell unlike any other. This special edition of Neverwhere features a new introduction by Susanna Clarke and glorious illustrations by Chris Malbon.

  10. Limited Edition
    The Tale of Peter Rabbit (Limited Edition)

    This collection of rarely seen editions of Beatrix Potter’s much loved debut, The Tale of Peter Rabbit, features exquisite facsimiles from the archive of her publisher Frederick Warne & Co. Ltd., charting the transformation from Peter’s initial appearance in a picture letter, to the glorious full-colour deluxe first commercial edition.

  11. Limited Edition
    The Gormenghast Trilogy

    The Gormenghast Trilogy

    Mervyn Peake

    Illustrated by Dave McKean

    £745.00

    Lose yourself in the gothic majesty of Mervyn Peake’s Gormenghast trilogy presented in this truly visionary edition from Folio. Introduced by master of modern fantasy Neil Gaiman, illustrated by the extraordinary Dave McKean and signed by both contributors, this is a startlingly original take on a cornerstone of speculative fiction.

  12. Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

    Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

    Hunter S. Thompson

    Illustrated by Ralph Steadman

    £49.95

    Hunter S. Thompson’s acid-laced counterculture classic, Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, is given the ultimate collector’s makeover in this 50th anniversary Folio Society edition featuring Ralph Steadman’s original illustrations and an exclusive introduction by David Mamet.

  13. The Tombs of Atuan

    The Tombs of Atuan

    Ursula K. Le Guin

    Illustrated by David Lupton

    £44.95

    The Tombs of Atuan is the second book in Ursula K. Le Guin’s unmissable Earthsea series. Artist David Lupton provides the illustrations and a haunting binding design for this new Folio edition.

  14. Half of a Yellow Sun

    Half of a Yellow Sun

    Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

    Illustrated by Unyime Edet

    £49.95

    The first illustrated edition of Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s phenomenal Half of a Yellow Sun is published by The Folio Society, with a series of stunning watercolours by artist Unyime Edet.

  15. A Walk in the Woods

    A Walk in the Woods

    Bill Bryson

    Illustrated by James Weston Lewis

    £49.95

    Full of sweat, tears and side-splitting humour, Bill Bryson’s A Walk in the Woods is a page-turning travelogue and this Folio Society edition is the ultimate companion for fans of the author’s inimitable wit.

  16. Selected Short Stories

    Selected Short Stories

    Philip K. Dick

    Illustrated by 24 different artists

    £95.00

    Twenty-four artists take on the best of Philip K. Dick’s short fiction in Selected Short Stories. With a unique die-cut slipcase, printed page edges and an introduction by Jonathan Lethem.

  17. A Perfect Spy

    A Perfect Spy

    John le Carré

    Illustrated by Sam Green

    £85.00

    John le Carré’s extraordinary spy thriller features eight colour illustrations by artist Sam Green, as well as a special illustrated slipcase. The perfect collector’s edition of A Perfect Spy.

  18. Syria

    Syria

    Gertrude Bell

    £80.00

    Syria: The Desert and The Sown is a masterpiece of travel writing by Gertrude Bell, a pioneering Victorian explorer of Arabia, now available in a stunning Folio edition featuring her original photography.

  19. India

    India

    John Keay

    £160.00

    Spanning 5,000 years from the Bronze Age to the present, India: A History is John Keay’s masterful story of the subcontinent; revised and updated for the Folio Society in this fully illustrated edition.

  20. Alamein

    Alamein

    Simon Ball

    £47.95

    Simon Ball’s Alamein joins the Folio Society’s fully illustrated Great Battles series: a masterful analysis of Montgomery’s famous Second World War victory against Rommel’s North African forces, and its controversial legacy.

  21. The Bell Jar

    The Bell Jar

    Sylvia Plath

    Illustrated by Alexandra Levasseur

    £44.95

    A witty and melancholic portrayal of 1950s New York set against the backdrop of mental illness, Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar is newly introduced by Plath biographer and scholar, Heather Clark, and features seven ethereal illustrations by Alexandra Levasseur.

  22. Cat’s Cradle

    Cat’s Cradle

    Kurt Vonnegut

    Illustrated by Joonho Ko

    £44.95

    It’s the end of the world as we know it … The Folio edition of Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle features illustrations by Joonho Ko and an introduction by Michael Dirda.

  23. Sparkling Cyanide

    Sparkling Cyanide

    Agatha Christie

    Illustrated by Michael Philip Dunbabin

    £46.95

    A delectable collector’s edition of Agatha Christie’s Sparkling Cyanide joins the Folio Society crime library. With exquisite illustrations by Michael Philip Dunbabin.

  24. The Tudor Age

    The Tudor Age

    Susan Brigden

    £85.00

    In The Tudor Age, historian Susan Brigden brings to life the world of Henry VIII, Mary, Queen of Scots and Elizabeth I in a Folio edition superbly illustrated with colour portraiture.

  25. The Origins of Totalitarianism

    Published by Folio in its first-ever illustrated edition, Hannah Arendt’s The Origins of Totalitarianism is a ground-breaking study of how the Nazi and Soviet regimes came to power, which speaks directly to our own age.

  26. Anna Karenina

    Anna Karenina

    Leo Tolstoy

    Illustrated by Angela Barrett

    £85.00

    A high-society scandal rocks Moscow and St Petersburg in Leo Tolstoy’s masterpiece Anna Karenina. Angela Barrett illustrates this beautiful Folio collector’s edition, which is introduced by Helen Dunmore. 

  27. The Wyndham Collection

    The Wyndham Collection

    John Wyndham

    Illustrated by Patrick Leger

    £125.00

    The Day of the Triffids, The Midwich Cuckoos and The Chrysalids – three unforgettable science-fiction visions from John Wyndham. This Folio edition is illustrated by Patrick Leger and introduced by Adam Roberts.

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