I started reading Coraline after reading a Coraline Review, and I am really enjoying it. I was wondering if anyone could suggest what other Neil Gaiman titles are good?
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er. All of them?
For a quicker read, Stardust or Neverwhere. or Anansi Boys. Or The Graveyard Book. For something more in depth, American Gods.
I'm not helping much, am I? It's just, there's a range of media to choose from - there's also Good Omens, which he co-wrote with Terry Pratchett and is a bit like Monty Python parodied The Omen.
Or there are short stories. Or Sandman. Or the stuff he did with Dave McKean. Do you have a decent library near you?
My favourites? The first thing I ever read by him was Good Omens. I think it's hilarious. Them I read Neverwhere and then Stardust, American Gods, Anansi Boys and just recently The Graveyard Book. I'm only just starting on Sandman, but the books are more my thing.
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Me too Maeve, the books are my thing too. I've bought the Sandman comics but keep getting bad dreams (what a suprise!) I love Anansi Boys so much I'm starting it all over again.
Go for it Ynedor - he's brilliant. My favourite author by far.
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