Tag Archives: Neil Gaiman

Seven Bookish Virtues/Sins Tag

Looks like all my blogging friends are playing this game of tag, and it’s my turn to be IT. Ola G at Re-enchantment of the World, Lory at Emerald City Book Review, Chris at Calmgrove, and I-can’t-remember-who-else (sorry, blogger buddies, … Continue reading

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Oceans of trouble

For a change, this Gaiman post is about his latest book! I’ve nearly caught up with him. The Ocean at the End of the Lane (2013), Neil Gaiman If you aren’t paying attention, you’ll miss the Domesday Book reference the … Continue reading

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Fighting off sleep

Hey, here’s a brand new, never before seen anywhere post! Enjoy it while it lasts. The Sandman, Vol 1: Preludes and Nocturnes (1988-1989), Neil Gaiman. When I was in college in the 1970s, I was introduced to the work of … Continue reading

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Bang? Whimper? Something else?

An old post, so ignore the reference to the end of the world (this particular ending was 21 May 2011; the post dates from 20 May that year). Obviously, we’re still here. Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of … Continue reading

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Tribute to Lord Dunsany

I must bring this old post forward, as part of my NG appreciation Stardust (1999), Neil Gaiman, 248 pp. This is my month to focus on fantasy, catching up on stuff I should have read long ago but am only just … Continue reading

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Unbeatable Neil Gaiman

From my earlier blog, as I catch up on Gaiman’s books I haven’t read. Posts on them to come. Neverwhere (1996), Neil Gaiman, 370 pp. There’s a point on the 1 train in Manhattan, between the 86th and 96th street stations, … Continue reading

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Graveyard rock

I hope you get the Garland Jeffries reference! Any-who. Neil Gaiman won the 2009 Newbery for The Graveyard Book, adding another notch to his award belt and crossing another goal off his writer’s bucket list. For it seems that Gaiman can … Continue reading

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