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How much will the book cost?

The book will be printed according to demand. The printing is scheduled to run in Summer 2010, and whatever orders we have prior to printing, that's the exact number that will be printed. We do not have plans to print beyond the initial order. Because of the way the book is being printed (and the quality), the cost is tentatively slated to be $250 for the Ultimate Edition (hardcover, numbered, maximum photos, DVD to be included). It will be an 11 x 12 hardback book.

We are also looking into offering a lower cost soft cover book that will not include the DVD (available at an extra charge), and will contain a fraction of the photos contained in the Ultimate Edition. This will be offered after the Ultimate Edition, and be priced accordingly. Expected date of publishing is Fall 2010. This will not be a limited run.

When will the book be available?

As of March 1, 2010, we are expecting to have printed the book and shipped out all orders by Summer 2010.

The softcover version is scheduled for June 2010.

Final preparations including updated text, photos, and historical accuracy are being tended to currently.

Where can I buy the book? Can I buy it through this website?

Yes. All orders will be taken through this website, and all payments will be by Paypal. If you wish to make payment via check or money order, we will notify you in advance when to send your payment in.

If you are interested in purchasing the book, please sign up on the "Keep Me Informed" page. We will notify you when the book is ready for purchase. We are only doing one run of the book, and you don't want to miss this opportunity to acquire the book. Signing up is your only way to be reliably informed when it is ready.

Can Claudio Zampolli sign my copy of the book?

Claudio Zampolli is no longer associated with this project. Mr. Zampolli wishes that certain facts not be disclosed within the book, and it would be unethical and unprofessional to selectively leave factual evidence out that would help clarify why Cizeta as a company failed.