[quote="Vico, post:18, topic:236588"]
You can still get the 1995 Byzantine Book of Prayer for $20. Byzantine Seminary Press (illustration and some translations are from Archbishop Joseph Raya and Baron Jose de Vinck):
BYZANTINE BOOK OF PRAYER (English, hardbound) w/Divine Liturgy of St. John and St. Basil, Molebens, Acathist, Parastas, Tropars/Kondaks, private prayers and Devotions, 6½ X 4½, $20.00 This is not the book Byzantine Daily Worship, but the second edition of Byzantine Book of Prayer.
This sounds similar to the new "Publican's Prayer Book" published by the Eparchy of Newton. Although it doesn't have the Divine Liturgies, nor does it have Molebens since they are part of the Slavic tradition and not the Byzantine/Greek tradition. I'm not sure what Parastas is. Is it the same as Paraklesis?
I have a copy of Vols. 1 and 2 of "Let Us Pray to the Lord" published by Eastern Christian Publications. Although they don't have any of the Raya/DeVinck translations, they are still very nice and handy little volumes. I admit, however, that I do prefer the translations contained in the "Publican's Prayer Book." For me personally they just feel more poetic and "prayable." But that's just a preference.