Advance Reader's Edition
UK Advance Reader’s Edition
UK Trade Hardcover
Signed Trade Hardcover
Signature on tipped in sheet after the FFEB. Included a round silver sticker on front dj stating, “Signed by the Author”
For ordering purposes, it had its own ISBN (0-676-52202-5) though it was not listed on the book.
Large Print Trade Paperback
Copyright © 1997 by Random House, Inc.
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New York Times Bestseller List
23 February 1997 4
02 March 1997 1
09 March 1997 1
16 March 1997 2
23 March 1997 2
Los Angeles Times Book Review, February 2, 1997, p. 12: Advertisement for Crown Books & Super Crown. Features large graphic of Sole Survivor cover (b&w) with brief plot synopsis.
Entertainment Weekly, February 1, 1997, p. 64: Advertisement for Barnes & Noble. Quarter-page ad featuring graphic of Sole Survivor cover with brief plot synopsis.
Publishers Weekly, February 24, 1997, p. 21: Column, Behind the Best sellers, Knopf’s Dynamic Duo. Discusses Knopf having two books on the bestseller lists at the same time. One of the two is Sole Survivor.
Advance Magazine, Ingram Book Company, February 1997. Cover features cover of Sole Survivor with “Koontz writes straight from today’s headlines!”
The Book Report, Barnes & Noble, February 1997. Newsletter featuring reviews of upcoming publications for employees of Barnes & Noble. Sole Survivor reviewed on page 1.
Both the second and third paperback editions of Ticktock contain an advertisement for, and an excerpt of, the first five pages of Sole Survivor on the unnumbered pages 339-344.
Piercing the Darkness: Undercover with Vampires in America Today by Katherine Ramsland
HarperPrisim, October 1998, p121
”The City of Angels was a provocative setting in many ways for this international conference. Most people know it for Disneyland, Hollywood, the Simpson and Menendez trials, violent gangs, plastic surgeons behind every bush, and the highest per capita number of manifestations of deception and phoniness in the country. In fact, it’s a far more complex place. In his novel, Sole Survivor, Newport Beach resident Dean Koontz describes it thus: “The most glamorous, tackiest, most elegant, seediest, most clever, dumbest, most beautiful, ugliest, forward-looking, retro-thinking, altruistic, self-absorbed, deal-savvy, politically ignorant, artistic-minded, criminal-loving, meaning-obsessed, money-grubbing, laid-back, frantic city on the planet.”
The 25th printing of the Headline mass market paperback edition has the following copyright statement: “Copyright © 1979 Dean Koontz”. This is obviously incorrect.
Last updated on July 11th, 2018