Odd ve Ayaz Devleri
Publish date: January 2013
Publisher: İthaki Yayınları
Pages no: 96
Edition language: Turkish
This is one of those reviews I've been putting off because I don't have much intelligent to say about this book. It's a fun, warm, and charming read -- a rather sweet take on the Norse gods and one young boy's interactions with them.
After reading The Graveyard Book Graphic Novel, I was in the mood for another Neil Gaiman masterpiece. I was surprised at the short length of this book, I wanted more - just when I was enjoying myself, the story came to an end. And part of my knocking off a star was there are still some things I did...
What an incredible cute read! I adore a lot of Neil Gaiman's children's books. They are always so engaging and whimsical and lovely. His writing style is among the best I have ever seen (in my opinion, at least) and he never fails to weave a tale that sucks you right into the narrative. This book is...
Un beau conte nordique, décidément je ne me lasse pas de Neil Gaiman. Beau, doux, très poétique, espiègle à de nombreux moments, vraiment touchant. Une jolie découverte :)
I got this book years ago, but lost it after moving 4 years ago. And yesterday I finally found it and decided to read it.Neil Gaiman is one of my favourite authors and I really enjoy his books. This one was no exception. I love vikings, I love all the gods they had.Odd was a very interesting charact...
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