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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 7 days 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 27 days 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 2 months ago by Daphne and Michael
This is not fiction for just young adults. They are short stories that anyone, except maybe nervous adults and children under 8 to 10) that anyone would love. Read morePublished 3 months ago by ellen foster
The stories a good enough. My son and I love The Graveyard Book and Coraline! I purchased the audio version of this book, and thankfully I alone listened to it first! Read morePublished 4 months ago by zingara
This collection of short stories gives insight into how masterfully Gaiman is able to unfold a story, bit by bit, no matter how short or long. A very fun read.Published 4 months ago by Spencer Iascone
I pretty much enjoy anything by Neil Gaiman and this was no exception. Granted,some of these appeared before but enough time passed that it was like reading them anew.Published 6 months ago by Rivermama
Compilation of peculiar short stories told in the typical “Neil Gaiman” style, these two are the same as that of Fragile Things.
I love it.
Can't listen to 2 hours of nightmare radio Christmas caroles while driving bk and forth to work all week. "Chivalry" and "October in the Chair" are my favorites. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Lynn Therese