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Via a tweet from karmamule, we’ve just discovered that Bantam will be offering a four-book Kindle set of all four “A Song of Ice and Fire” novels from March 22nd, at a 50% discount—definitely a bid to get the series onto more devices. These will presumably be the re-keyed, re-proofed editions that Bantam has been busily releasing following complaints about the initial Kindle editions being typo-prone.
If March 22nd is a familiar date, it should be: it’s when Bantam will also be re-releasing A Game of Thrones with a new cover featuring art from the HBO TV series, due to premiere on April 17. We’ve reported on this previously, though bear in mind that the solicitation cover shown there is not actually the final art.
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