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Monster of the Week: Hellhounds

Hellhounds are great infernal dogs that hunt the damned, guard the underworld and defend their demonic masters. There are tales of hellhounds in ancient Greek and Viking writings, and legends and even stories of sightings can now be found throughout the world. 836 more words


Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman [Book Review] (146)

Neil Gaiman has said something to the effect – on reviews of Trigger Warning (or any of his short story collections for that matter) – that when reading reviews of his short story collections that it is hard to say explicitly how much the reader liked it or didn’t like it. 342 more words


The Graveyard Book

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman is a well-written and chilling tale of a boy named Nobody “Bod” Owens who grows up at a cemetery and protected by its ghostly residents from a mysterious man bent on killing him. 100 more words


Top Ten Urban Fantasy Books

I have a weakness for books that mesh the modern world with a fantasy one. There is something about reading about werewolf mothers in the PTA, or fae working their cell phones, or even a vampire opening up a nail salon that just makes me want more. 1,180 more words


Books Read in 2015 41. The Ocean at the end of the Lane by Neil Gaiman

Genre: Fantasy, bildungsroman 

Narrative Style: First person, flashback framed at both ends by the present day.

Rating: 4/5

Published: 2013

Format: Kindle

Synopsis: A middle aged man returns to his childhood home after a funeral.   467 more words

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