Were-Wrath

A Novelette in the Witch World Saga by Andre Norton

were wrath 1984

 

Synopsis ~

The Lady Thra and her companion Rinard are hunted down in the forest. Alone Thra comes across a building which may offer some refuge from the night. There she meets Grimclaw and Farne, neither are really what they seem. She is bewitched to assist them in a battle with those who hunted her and Rinard earlier. For Farne has been battling the hunters for ages and in the end they all have a new beginning.


 

Bibliography of English Editions ~

  • (1984) * Published by Cheap Street, HC, 0-941-82610-4, LCCN 85127590, 75pg ~ illustrated by Judy King-Rieniets ~ Very Rare ~

This Were-Wrath edition is a total of 177 copies consisting of 165 numbered and 12 Lettered. According to Jan O’Nale of Cheap Street the 12 Lettered Books consist of 7 in the Publisher’s Edition state (including the copy for Andre Norton and the Press’ personal copy) and 5 in the Collector’s Edition state. All 177 have Green cloth boards, Green end papers, dust jacket is wood veneer from Japan.

 

  • (1984) * Published by Cheap Street, HC, 0-941-82610-4, LCCN 85127590, 75pg ~ illustrated by Judy King-Rieniets ~ Very Rare ~

This Were-Wrath edition is a total of 54 Numbered copies signed by both Andre Norton and Judy King-Rieniets. Handmade Hardback with tray case, binding by Carol Joyce and Judi Conant, Frankfurt text, Japanese Sugikawa end papers, Chiri Senka fly-leaves, boards are quarter Niger Goat and Italian Cloth in Green. (Prospectus Included)

 

  • Wizards' Worlds (1989) * Edited by Ingrid Zierhut, Published by TOR, HC, 0-312-93191-3, $17.95, 500pg ~ cover by Lucy Synk
  • The SFWA Grand Masters, Vol.2 (2000) Edited by Frederick Pohl, Published by TOR, HC, 0-312-86879-0, $25.95, 432pg ~ (pg 25)

 

Non English Editions ~

  •  (1996) Combined with ""The Mark of the Cat" translation by M. Shamray ~ Published in Moscow, by Sigma Press and Zelenograd, by Zelenogradskaya Books, 5-859-49091-7, HC, 320pg ~ "Were Wrath" translation by Dmitry Arseniev ~ Russian title Знак кота [The Sign of the Cat]
  • (2001) Combined with "The Toads of Grimmerdale" translation by H. Mikhailov, "Lore of the Witch World", and "Zarsthor's Bane" translation by Dmitry Arseniev ~ Published in Moscow, by AST and St. Petersburg, by Terra Fantastica, 5-170-07078-0 and 5-792-10403-4, HC, 640pg ~ "Were Wrath" translation by Dmitry Arseniev ~ Russian title Преданья колдовского мира. Гнев оборотня. Сокровище Зарстора.

 

See Also: Write-up in The Sorcerer's Conspectus ~ WW: Books - Were-Wrath


 

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