A riveting, fantastic story.
But what makes this audiobook so special is Neil Gaiman's utterly spellbinding narration. He brings life to each character in turn and draws you in further with each breath.
My only problem with the narration is that it makes most other narrators sound rather mundane and ordinary. A true story teller, telling a story how it should be told.
Not all stories are remembered long after hearing them, but the insights this one has will ensure I keep going back to it.
I felt quite sad, like leaving an old friend, when I knew I was coming to the end.
It must surely become a classic, with its slowly revealed plot and its individual moral tales.
Listening to the story read by the author makes this even more special.