The Graveyard Book

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Book Review: Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman

Dear Bookworms, Alert! Alert! Another Gaiman review coming! Fat Charlie Nancy lives a perfectly mundane life in London. He has a decent job (which severely under appreciates him) a pretty finance (who may only like him because her mother despises him), and a hugely embarrassing father to boot. He has never had particularly good luck, […]

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Book Review: Coraline by Neil Gaiman

Dear Bookworms, I feel like I am slowly making my way through all of Gaimans reads (because I am obsessed with him, check out the tags on this post for other reviews of his books) and this man never disappoints. I’ll admit I have never seen the popular movie adaptation of this book so I […]

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Book Review: Stardust by Neil Gaiman

Dear Bookworms, First of all, let me just say (ashamedly) that I have watched, and re-watched, and re-re-watched this movie dozens of times. This one ranks right up there with Princess Bride for me (GASP!). So it pains to me say that upon originally seeing the movie (and the millions of times watching it after) […]

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Book Review: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

Dear Bookworms, I know, I’m obsessed. Another Neil Gaiman book? Yes, don’t judge, the man is brilliant. And Neverwhere is my new all time favorite of Gaimans masterpieces.  Like Norse Mythology, I listened to this one on audiobook which was read by none other than Neil himself. (I could listen to this man read all. […]

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Book Review: The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

Dear Bookworms, I’m back with another Gaiman masterpiece! I have gone so off course with my reading challenge the past few reads, this one didn’t fit into any of the categories, but it’s Neil Gaiman! I couldn’t help myself.  Nobody Owens, or Bod as he is known around the graveyard, is an usual boy. Granted […]

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