Gaiman, Neil: The Ocean at the End of the Lane (2013)

Thank you, to my sister-in-law for giving me a copy of The Ocean at the End of the Lane. In December, right before I turned seven my family moved from Australia to Norway. One of my memories tied to that move is stepping outside the plane into the middle of Norwegian winter. Moving was not … Continue reading Gaiman, Neil: The Ocean at the End of the Lane (2013)

Pratchett, Terry and Gaiman, Neil: Good Omens (1990)

First off, I have to say that there is so much incredible artwork out there dealing with Pratchett and Gaiman. I wish I could include all of it. For most other authors I end up with the cover art, but with these two guys I’m in heaven. I recommend that you google “Good Omens”, go … Continue reading Pratchett, Terry and Gaiman, Neil: Good Omens (1990)

Gaiman, Neil: The Graveyard Book (2008)

Neil Gaiman is another of my favorite authors. Each story I have read has captivated me. The Graveyard Book flows and left me with a sense of having enjoyed something wonderful. His texts lend themselves to being read out loud, and they would be fun and interesting for both reader and readee. However, reading to … Continue reading Gaiman, Neil: The Graveyard Book (2008)

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Kushner, Ellen: The Privilege of the Sword (2006)

The Privilege of the Sword by Thomas Canty “The Privilege of the Sword” is part of Ellen Kushner’s Riverside stories and is a fun read. Kushner makes this whole world believable. It’s a fantasy book without magic or supernatural creatures. Instead we get a novel set in a time where women were commodities to be … Continue reading Kushner, Ellen: The Privilege of the Sword (2006)