Place Published: London
Date Published: 1935
Edition: First edition
Book Id: 37355
263pp. Duodecimo [19 cm] Light gray cloth covered boards with a black ink stamped title on the spine. Good. There are numerous tiny dot-like stains on the front cover. The spine is rolled, and the spine ends are gently bumped. The dust jacket is in fair condition, with 5 tape repairs backing prominent tears in the edges. Also mildly age-toned, and a little soiled and rubbed. Despite these flaws the dust jacket still looks quite attractive.
James Byrom is the pseudonym of James Guy Bramwell, a strong believer in the existence of Atlantis. This is Bramwell's first novel, and the publisher states, "The theme developed during the course of the narrative is the conflict between the dream-like life which Utopians such as Walt Disney are able to conceive and the hard reality imposed upon us by the world."