Wow. A classically brilliant Gaiman tale told thrillingly by the author. Many passages demanded repeated listens - and I think I may divr right back into the beginning right now. You won't want to leave these characters and the remarkably engrossing world. Don't miss it!
8th time thru since 1997, has not lost anything. I have watched, read and now listened to it.
Gaiman does an impressive job reading his own work.
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Unique and colorful characters. The story ended, perfectly. So many books try to be a series from the start, this one doesn't. There is a resolve, however, I would love to read more of the these characters, especially the Marquee!
Neil Gaiman's renditions great. The story was somewhat flawed. Richard managed to achieve a couple of things without much explanation, but with some suspension of disbelief, this wasn't too bad. Other than that, I liked the story.
loved it! surprising and fulfilling and exciting. a wonderful experience. nothing like anything I've read before -- original and creative. artistic wordplay subtly rendered. would recommend to anyone.
The way this book is performed makes it seem like it is more of a children's book but as a whole I feel like the book is a young adult. The is music that plays randomly throughout the story that makes it feel really childish to me. If that was not there I would have enjoyed this book a lot more. The story was good. Performance not so enjoyable because of the music.
Fantasy, mystery, obscure
can't think of any comparable novel
Richard was my favourite
It never evoked an extreme reaction.
It was a great book, but I never felt completely sucked into the story. I liked the story and LOVED Gaiman's reading of it, but it just wasn't the epic story I though it might be.