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The Sandman, Vol. 4: Season of Mists Paperback – February 1, 2011
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Fantastic art and intriguing writing both help to make this volume of the Sandman one to be remembered for a good long while.
My only complaint about the book is that the ending wasn't quite satisfactory to me. However, most of the people I have talked to about the book disagree, so there is a good chance you will too.
I'm finding more and more similarities in this series to Starman by James Robinson. Robinson would put out a teaser or foreshadowing in a throwaway line, then pay it off years later in a story that had you going back and saying "Oh, so THAT"S what he was referring to!" Well thought-out characters, extremely intricate plotting, the ability to talk about adult subject matter without being prurient, rewarding the careful reader with Easter Eggs, etc. That's Gaiman. As best as I can tell from the 4 volumes I've read so far, he deserved all the accolades he received. Can't wait to read the rest of the series.
With regards to Volume 4 itself it is one of my personal favorites. The main storyline being that Lucifer abandons hell and leaves the keys to Morpheus.
As far as the volume's content on the Kindle Fire - I was hesitant to abandon the volumes in print worried that the Kindle Fire might provide a more difficult viewing experience. That hasn't turned out the be the case. The novel is easy to read, you can scan in to specific boxes, and the colors are vibrant.
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