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Loss of one star due to length and lack of darkness in the stories, but then again they are aimed at children. They still have the Gaiman touch and that is a good thing.Published 1 month ago by Mark
I am usually a little wary around short stories and anthologies etc. But this one, I must say, was one of my favorites! Read morePublished 3 months ago by S. Shamma
This a book of short stories, some of which I've read in other anthologies. My favorites, I read originally in Gaiman's other works: The Witch's Headstone, October in the Chair... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jamie W.
I wish I could give this book 100 stars. DON'T ASK JACK has secured a spot in my heart. Easily one of the best short stories I've ever read.Published 6 months ago by Cathleen Holst
This book of short stories is a great introduction to Neil Gaiman if you're not otherwise familiar with his writing. His stories are full of mystery and wonder. Read morePublished 7 months ago by R.P.G.
Good stories, but several of them were in other collections ("Smoke and Mirrors") so that was a disappointment. Still, worth the price.Published 9 months ago by Daphne and Michael