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The Ocean At The End of the Lane - Neil Gaiman
The Ocean At The End of the Lane
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Format: ebook
ASIN: 17984867
Publisher: William Morrow; 1ST edition
Pages no: 143
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Mirkat Always Reading
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4.0 Ocean at the End of the Lane
Some authors should not narrate their own books. But Neil Gaiman is not one of those authors. Neil Gaiman should narrate everything: His books, my shopping lists, your GPS directions. Listening to Gaiman's narration of The Ocean at the End of the Lane, I just kept thinking "delightful," not just...
Confuzzled Books
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4.0 Close To An Irish Fairy Tale
A gentleman returns to his childhood home and begins to remember something from his past he suppressed or was magically blocked from his mind. As he recalls an old babysitter and her unique introduction to his family he realizes she is not what she seems. A young girl and her family try to help him ...
TonyTalbot rated it
3.0 3/5: "The Ocean at the end of the Lane", Neil Gaiman
A man sits beside a pond and remembers when he was seven years old and the pond was an ocean. And his neighbours seemed to be immortal…This is my second exploration of Gaiman, after Coraline and Other Stories. I was undecided then whether I’d get into Gaiman or whether he’d end up as take-him-or-lea...
Aerin rated it
4.0 Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane, by Neil Gaiman
This is a short book and simple enough to summarize: A man, returning to visit his childhood home in rural England, finds that the scenery evokes strange and perilous memories that couldn't possibly be real - about a supernatural attack on the neighborhood when he was seven years old, and the little...
warrior rated it
4.0 The Ocean at the End of the Lane: A Novel
It's a Neil Gaiman book that has to do with mythology, which should mean that it's perfect for me... Only this one suffered from the same problem that American Gods did: it was trying far too hard to be dark and "realistic". I definitely found myself enjoying this one far more than the other one, bu...
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