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Neil Gaiman being Neil Gaiman – amazing, incredible and making me believe in fantasy. The first book I read from him was “The Ocean at the End of the Lane”, which I got as a... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Denise
Just a lovely little fairy tale. It is beautifully written, fun, and appropriately gruesome in the spirit of Grimm. Different than the movie which is delightful in its own way.Published 2 days ago by Fran Sanchez
This is one of my favorite Neil Gaiman stories. You are really transported into his writing. This adult fairy tale is well worth the time you take to read it which will fly by.Published 8 days ago by irishar
Stardust, oh stardust. I have been in love with you since we first met, though you were on the screen. Read morePublished 9 days ago by lomlom
I'm not going to write a summary of this story. You should get out of it what you want; however, I have to say that Neil Gaiman never disappoints. He is a master storyteller. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Teresa Sandner
I'm a huge Neil Gaiman fan and this is one of his really fun reads! Very imaginative!Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
No one does it better than Gaimen. This is definitely fantasy genre, which I didn't know going in, but even though that's not usually my cup of tea, it was still a charming ride.Published 14 days ago by Robin Merrill