Tag Archives: Neil Gaiman

Weekend Reads: The Graveyard Book

The Graveyard Book, Neil Gaiman People often say that it takes a village to raise a child. In the case of Nobody Owens, it takes a whole graveyard. Neil Gaiman’s wonderful, Newbery Award winning novel, The Graveyard Book, tells Bod’s harrowing and heartbreaking story. As

Weekend Reads: Fortunately the Milk

Everyone knows that a bowl of cereal is incomplete without milk. This is a fact that Neil Gaiman reiterates again and again in his delightful children’s book, Fortunately the Milk. “A children’s book?!” you say, “But I’m an adult person!” Hear me out. I actually

Weekend Reads: Neil Gaiman

Sometimes you need a book (or two) to get you to the weekend. The Sleeper and the Spindle and How to Talk to Girls at Parties are those books. Ok, so maybe I’m a little biased because of how much I love Neil Gaiman. I’ve admired him

Modern Mythology: Limbo and American Gods

Anyone who knows me and my reading habits knows that I have entertained a love affair with Neil Gaiman’s writing for a very long time. He’s a man of seemingly boundless talent and imagination, of which I am wildly jealous. His work ranges from the

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