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Like one bite of your favorite dinner, then the plate is snatched away ... read on my Kindle Fire
on September 8, 2012
First, I have thusfar thoroughly enjoyed my shallow foray into the quirky and delight-filled weavings of Neil Gaiman. However, to prepare the next reader, I'd stress that many of the "short stories" of "M is for Magic" are unfinished ideas, uncompleted beginnings of stories, and Stress, that they have not, in this collection, been brought to any sort of real conclusions. For me, those non-fatal, but unhappy longings were experienced in most of the "stories" in "M is for Magic". I just wanted some form of endings!
Now, this may just be me - but there it is, from an honest reader, and to you, offering an honest opinion about my experience. This, also, honestly: I HAVE come to appreciate the wonderful, deep, long immersions into Neil Gaiman's Full-Length delightful, and strange novels, ever, ever so much more!