Thoughts on The View from the Cheap Seats, by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman is one of those authors whose fiction has a distinct style. You can point to something he wrote and say with confidence, Neil Gaiman wrote that. It's in the names he chooses, the subjects he writes about, the stories he weaves, and the language he uses as the strands to do so. After … Continue reading Thoughts on The View from the Cheap Seats, by Neil Gaiman

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Summer 2017 TBR – & the 10 Books of Summer Challenge

I was in the middle of drafting a summer 2017 TBR post when I came across the 20 Books of Summer challenge hosted by 746books.com. What a happy coincidence! So instead of the conservative 5 books I was planning to list, why not double it and see if I can finish them all? Here are … Continue reading Summer 2017 TBR – & the 10 Books of Summer Challenge

The Ocean at the End of the Lane, by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman is probably the most popular author I can think of. At first, I rolled my eyes and was very hesitant to read anything he’d written…until I did, and jumped right on that bandwagon. The Ocean at the End of the Lane is actually the first work of his I’ve read in print form … Continue reading The Ocean at the End of the Lane, by Neil Gaiman

Stardust, Neil Gaiman – An Audiobook & Movie Review

My favorite thing about (most) Neil Gaiman audiobooks is that they're narrated by the author. The only one I've heard that wasn't is Anansi Boys, but I really liked that narrator (Lenny Henry) as well. I highly recommend checking if your local library has any of Gaiman's self-narrated novels - read them while you commute! … Continue reading Stardust, Neil Gaiman – An Audiobook & Movie Review