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Arbie's Unoriginally Titled Book Blog
Well, this is of course, brilliant. But why? It occurs to me that the world Gaiman set up for himself was in fact the perfect tool for him: He could incorporate any mythology, religion, genre, location or time and still make it all self-consistent, hence allowing his imagination to go wherever it wa...
bookwookiee
bookwookiee rated it 5 years ago
When you start having dreams that you're in the world of the book you're reading, the author's doing something right.
Ronyell (a.k.a Rabbitearsblog)
Ronyell (a.k.a Rabbitearsblog) rated it 6 years ago
Genre: Supernatural / Fantasy / Adventure Year Published: 1993 Year Read: 2012 Series: The Sandman #8 Publisher: Vertigo Comics Now just looking at the title of this volume “The Sandman: Worlds’ End,” you might be thinking that this might be the last volume of Neil Gaiman’s fantastic “Sandman...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 7 years ago
Surreal and meandering story of a boy with magic in his veins who has to find a place in the world for himself, several demons and magicians who want to direct him and ordinary life stuff that sometimes intersects. It's an interesting series with strange intersections of reality and faerie, however...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 7 years ago
The start of Timothy Hunter's story. He's an angry young man with magical powers in an ordinary life who needs to find a place for himself before the powers around destroy him.
Rowena's Reviews
Rowena's Reviews rated it 7 years ago
It's impossible to know what to expect in the Sandman series. Such great characters and fantastic storylines. Thoroughly entertaining.
A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it 8 years ago
Oh don't worry, 'Sandman's still good. The series simply couldn't sustain the level of the first 20 issues or the superb "Season of Mists" and "A Game of You" arcs found in 'Absolute Sandman, Vol. 2'.Collecting issues #40-56, plus the usual bonus features, the two arcs here are "Brief Lives" and "Wo...
sixthreezy readsies
sixthreezy readsies rated it 8 years ago
Not nearly as engrossing as Gaiman's introduction graphic novel... Kind of boring in all honesty. Not sure if I will continue to read through the Books of Magic.
Kaethe
Kaethe rated it 8 years ago
Oh, cool. A reality storm, and a group of random characters telling stories around the table at the inn to pass the time while they all wait it out. Gaiman's range is so broad it meets again on the other side.The stories are diverse and intriguing, with all the satisfaction inherent in weird tales, ...
Sesana
Sesana rated it 9 years ago
I picked this up and started reading it the moment I finished volume 2. I hardly remember what was what anymore, and since it's all really one big story it hardly matters. I have read Sandman through at least four times (I've read individual storylines or even individual issues even more than that) ...
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