SPHINX: Opus Liber L vel Bogus

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Now I see the real reason behind erasing forever – “Forum Liber L. vel Bogus” :
An exquisite exercise in equality.  YES !
Everyone who participated in that 55 page adventure are now equal –
equal in their oblivion in the Zod Zone!…
Anyway, I was surprised to notice that several vocal Members failed to secure their copy of the first edition. That distillation of thirty years meticulous research sold-out in three weeks! So you’ll have to be on guard, with pocket money saved, for a chance to purchase a second impression : revised, enlarged and [after the 15 typos I found] – corrected. 
Scheduled now for imminent re-printing. 
Something to do with a massive world-wide demand…
As previously predicted, my hardcover copy arrived out of the blue!
Copy number 11 of 111, being thus the limited first edition.
Especially bound in a full-wrap binding of craftsman-tooled antique maroon morocco leather.
The Patron’s Presentation Copy, hand numbered with gold ink author’s inscription. Featuring a hand coloured lithograph frontispiece studio portrait of the author in local regional regalia. Lavishly gold leaf blocked and embossed Title with original designs stamped to front / rear covers and spine. 
Copiously illustrated with many full page colour plates and numerous monochrome sigils. Text printed in heavy type, red and black ink throughout entirely on premium Japanese vellum within thick gilt decorative borders, fully sewn and paginated – 246 pages. 
Appointed with a prestigious selection of handmade, hand-cut, perfumed vole skin parchment ‘Special Collector’s Inclusions’ these germane, delightful to the wise. Completed with a single unique Commemorative Postcard – numbered, dated and autographed. 
Plus a handy, glossy page place-marker depicting old “Honest AL” himself!
So, that’s good.
But I’ll leave it to others to attempt to pen their ‘reviews’ because not even I am foolish enough to review a textbook…
          Oh bemoan the web R.T.C. does weave,
          when he perceives that A.C. has deceived.
          Should we all therefore refrain,
          from cruel Fra P’s legerdemain ?
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