It's so wonderful that this book is read by the author. He is such a an amazing writer. I get lost in his stories. I loved this one very much.
I finished the book but never really understood it's purpose. That still remains my thought. It was intriguing at points; so not a complete failure. But there was never really a pay-off of any kind. In the end I just didn't really understand why I invested the time.
everything. This was a light, fantasy/horror story. The author read his own work an has a very calm, soothing voice. I was entertained from start to finish.
Is it an Ocean, a pond, or a wet spot on the grass?
I feel like a broken record in reviewing Neil Gaiman books, but once again, he's transported me to a world that I think we all wished we could live in together. pair that with the pleasure of being able to hear him narrate this story and hear it from his point of view as the author, and my gosh, it's incredible. few books have made me cry. this is one of them, and not just at the ending, but throughout.
I think I might start it over and listen again. then maybe one more time.
thank you, Mr. Gaiman, for creating such a world and letting us have a glimpse. this book changed me.