Sol Yurick – The Warriors – First UK Edition 1966

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Sol Yurick – The Warriors – First UK Edition 1966

£450.00

Out of stock

£450.00

A first edition, first printing published by W H Allen in 1966. A very good (or better) book with some spotting to the endpaper. No inscriptions and clean internally. In a very good unclipped dust wrapper with a small chip to the bottom of the rear panel. Some light edgewear.

Sol Yurick’s ‘The Warriors’ is like a wacky urban safari through a neon-lit, ’70s New York City. Picture this: a gang named ‘The Warriors’ in stylish vests embarks on a wild adventure after being framed for a murder they didn’t commit. As they journey through the city’s diverse neighbourhoods, they encounter a zany cast of rival gangs, each with their own eccentric theme, from baseball enthusiasts to roller-skating hooligans. It’s a comical quest for survival, where the Warriors must navigate subways, avoid cops, and engage in hilariously choreographed fights. This cult classic is like a groovy blend of action, humour, and ’70s fashion that’s as unforgettable as it is offbeat.


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A first edition, first printing published by W H Allen in 1966. A very good (or better) book with some spotting to the endpaper. No inscriptions and clean internally. In a very good unclipped dust wrapper with a small chip to the bottom of the rear panel. Some light edgewear.

Sol Yurick’s ‘The Warriors’ is like a wacky urban safari through a neon-lit, ’70s New York City. Picture this: a gang named ‘The Warriors’ in stylish vests embarks on a wild adventure after being framed for a murder they didn’t commit. As they journey through the city’s diverse neighbourhoods, they encounter a zany cast of rival gangs, each with their own eccentric theme, from baseball enthusiasts to roller-skating hooligans. It’s a comical quest for survival, where the Warriors must navigate subways, avoid cops, and engage in hilariously choreographed fights. This cult classic is like a groovy blend of action, humour, and ’70s fashion that’s as unforgettable as it is offbeat.