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Fun read. Really made me feel like I was a kid again. Would totally recommend to all ages to read.Published 1 day ago by Daniel Ticehurst
Great unusual book for middle school kids. I actually bought a copy for myself, as an adult. It is right up there with J.R.R. Tolkien and " Äirborn" by Kenneth Oppel. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Lars
One must appreciate this genre to enjoy the book, but if you do, A+!Published 8 days ago by Robert Knurek
excellent fantasy book for young adults with Harry Potter overtones. good read for non-readers.Published 9 days ago by V. E. Olson
I've been reading this book bit-by-bit on the "Look Inside" and finally decided I have to finish it. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Mack
Young boys will love this book. Neil Gaiman's character development of Bod is fantastic. The whole story is wonderfully original. Keep writing Mr. Gaiman!Published 10 days ago by C. G. Kernen
What a great book to let your mind escape with.
I really liked the main character of "Nobody 'Bod' Owens", the storyline & the graveyard theme. Read more
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|This is a juvenile fiction book - FYI.||
Actually if you look at the recommanded age group for the book, you could've deducted it. And it's quite dark for a children's novel. I just finished reading an advance copy of the book and it's completely amazing, like everything else gaiman writes. I couldn't put it down.
Sep 23, 2008 by Sebastien Pharand | See all 6 posts
|The Graveyard Book -- Enlighten me please||
For your first question, it's explained on pages 270-271. Basically, there was a prophecy that said a child who walked the borderland between life and death would be the end of their order if he grew to adulthood. So, Bod was the target. His family was just 'collateral damage', I guess you could... Read More
Mar 11, 2009 by T. A. Kleinhans | See all 10 posts
|The Graveyard Book||
The initial chapter is really scary, but then, Harry Potter gets quite dark. My overall feeling is that The Graveyard Book is fantastic--you might want to tell Abigail about how the book was inspired by The Jungle Book. She can think of the killer as Shere Khan! There are ghouls and other creepy... Read More
Oct 29, 2008 by Kate Coombs | See all 2 posts
|Is Neil doing the voice work for this?||
I agree ... I can't imagine anyone else performing his work. So ... good news! According to the HarperCollins Web site, Mr. Gaiman does indeed read this audiobook.
Oct 3, 2008 by Robert J. Massey | See all 2 posts
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