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Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

If anyone has read my previous Neil Gaiman review for The Graveyard Book then you will already know that he’s one of my favourite authors. For me, Gaiman’s work is special, but it isn’t just his talent for creating worlds which he fills with beyond brilliant characters which causes me to state this. 554 more words

Byfords Books

Sandman Volume 1: Preludes & Nocturns (4th Gaiman book, kind of)

Much like Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, I’ve had this book for months without reading it because I was afraid I wasn’t going to really enjoy it. 459 more words

Neverwhere - Review

I’m a fan of Neil Gaiman, his stories and his style of writing is totally unique. I’ve had this on my to-read list for quite a while, but in fact I’ve got far too many books on my to-read list! 321 more words


10 Sensational Books Worth Your Time

There are so many books in this world that it is depressing to think how many you probably won’t ever get to read (I know, I don’t even want to talk about it). 1,011 more words


Werewolves, A Missing Coat, and Another John Doe

Weekly Shorts is a segment where I feature short stories I have read. Most of them come from short story collections and collaborations. If you thought this would be a feature on shorts and the legs that follow it, then you’re up for a disappointment. 544 more words

Book Review

Time Like Broken Glass

Okay. This is the post where I say: Buy my book. You can click away if you want. I’ll understand.

On the other hand, if you’re on the hunt for a book for your Kindle or other e-reader and you like fantasy novels, then this just might be the post for you. 120 more words

Jack Mackenzie

Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere

When I joined a book club that consisted of friends and friend’s moms (hey, we’re hip and at that age where our parents can be pretty cool) we met semi-regularly. 305 more words