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Topic: The Best Way to Get a Complete (or near-complete) series?

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Subject: The Best Way to Get a Complete (or near-complete) series?
Date Posted: 2/13/2011 5:24 PM ET
Member Since: 6/4/2007
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Hello all.

I am looking for a couple complete (or near-complete) series, and hoping PBS swappers can help me out. I am for the series' Redwall (Brian Jacques), Wheel of Time (Robert Jordan), and Song of Albion (Stephen Lawhead). I am hoping to find someone with many of these books on their shelf who I can order en masse from. I'm also hoping for a deal, if anyone is willing.

Books I'm looking for:




Mariel of Redwall 


Martin the Warrior 

The Bellmaker 

Outcast of Redwall 

The Pearls of Lutra 

The Long Patrol


The Legend of Luke

Lord Brocktree 

The Taggerung



Rakkety Tam 

High Rhulain 



The Sable Quean 



The Eye of the World 

The Great Hunt 

The Dragon Reborn 

The Shadow Rising 

The Fires of Heaven 

Lord of Chaos 

A Crown of Swords 

The Path of Daggers 

Winter's Heart 

Crossroads of Twilight 

Knife of Dreams 

The Gathering Storm 

Towers of Midnight 

A Memory of Light



The Paradise War

The Silver Hand

The Endless Knot

Last Edited on: 2/13/11 5:35 PM ET - Total times edited: 1
Date Posted: 2/14/2011 10:06 PM ET
Member Since: 4/16/2008
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As I am keeping my Robert Jordan collection tills doomsday and I already gave away the majority of my Brian Jacques piecemeal I don't have much to offer you. I do however want to applaud your pro-life signature and quote by JP2.  yes

Date Posted: 2/15/2011 10:40 AM ET
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I'm thinking I might have better luck at the used book store... was just hoping to find a good deal through PBS!

Ronda (RONDA) - ,
Date Posted: 2/20/2011 8:50 AM ET
Member Since: 3/3/2009
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try searching the boxers by author and see if anyone has multiples.  I would be guessing that the latest Robert Jordan ones are wishlisted, I dont believe the last one is out yet. so you won't find those ones on peoples' shelves.

You can try asking in the book bazarr too, but make sure to leave any wishlisted books off your list. (not allowed to ask for wishlisted books)