I got this book as a gift years ago. Blame it on tsundoku, I never got around to reading it until now. While there’s a lingering feeling that I should have read it sooner, I’ve no doubt this was the time.Continue reading “Book Review: The Graveyard Book, by Neil Gaiman”
There are few authors who make a mark on the reader even with short works. For me, one such author is Neil Gaiman. I’ve been a fan of his work ever since I read The Ocean at the End of the Lane, so when a friend recommended that I read The Sleeper and the Spindle, I didn’t hesitate. The cover intrigued me further as well.
Some things change, and some remain the same. Perhaps it’s the power of memories that help keep these things the same. It’s a similar feeling when the protagonist of this novel returns to the farm which changed things when he was a child. He finds himself walking back to the back of the farm, to a pond that the girl there had once called an ocean. Continue reading “Book Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane, by Neil Gaiman”