Count Brass (omnibus)

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Count Brass is the second Hawkmoon sequence by Michael Moorcock featuring Dorian Hawkmoon. It is a sequel to The History of the Runestaff and a part-sequel to the John Daker novels The Eternal Champion and Phoenix in Obsidian. The trilogy was originally published in the United Kingdom as three volumes by Mayflower Science Fiction and as a single omnibus entitled The Chronicles of Castle Brass by Granada (see "Publishing History (UK)").

It is Volume Fourteen in The Tale of the Eternal Champion omnibus series published in the United Kingdom by Orion Books/Millennium and Volume Fifteen in the The Eternal Champion omnibus series published in the United States by White Wolf.

Publishing History (UK)

  • Hardcover, Granada, 422pp., ISBN: 0-246-12714-7, Jul 1985, Cover by Bob Haberfield - as The Chronicles of Castle Brass
  • Mass Market Paperback, Grafton, 448pp., ISBN: 0-586-06595-4, 24 Jul 1986, Cover by Mark Salwowski - as The Chronicles of Castle Brass
  • Hardcover, Millennium, 340pp., ISBN: 1-85798-049-2, Dec 1993, Cover by Yoshitaka Amano
  • Trade Paperback, Millennium, 340pp., ISBN: 1-85798-050-6, Dec 1993, Cover by Yoshitaka Amano
  • Mass Market Paperback, Millennium, 416pp., ISBN: 0-75281-720-5, 7 Sept 1998, Cover by Yoshitaka Amano
  • B Format Paperback, Gollancz, 416pp., ISBN-13: 978-0575092488, 9 May 2013 - as Hawkmoon: Count Brass

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Publishing History (US)

  • Hardcover, White Wolf, 349pp., ISBN: 1-56504-987-X, Feb 2000, Cover by Walter Simonson[1]

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Contents

Notes

  1. No trade paperback edition was published in the United States by White Wolf for financial reasons.
  2. Millennium/White Wolf editions only

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