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Worlds' End - Community Reviews back

by Mark Buckingham, Mike Allred, Gary Amaro, Neil Gaiman
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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...
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.
Raging Biblioholism
Raging Biblioholism rated it 7 years ago
Sure, it's a stopgap - a sort of foreshadowing of terrible things that'll be coming in the next volume - but it's also a delightful one. Gaiman takes on the traditional storytelling structures and delves even deeper into the fundamental building blocks of what it is to tell a story, creating a Russ...
Lizreader's Blog
Lizreader's Blog rated it 7 years ago
I will say that this part of the series I had some different thoughts. It's different because the characters that are focused are not the Endless themselves or people to do with the endless (although they are brought up in the stories that are told at World's End Inn).For the first half, I was doubt...
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, ...
Tower of Iron Will
Tower of Iron Will rated it 10 years ago
A collection of stories with the linking device of one of those pubs with doors that open on other worlds and other times which show up in fantasy stories on a regular basis. This felt kind of disconnected from the main narrative of Sandman, almost like a story arc from a different series that is c...
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