As anyone who pays attention to literary world news (or who read my previous article) knows, Neil Gaiman’s latest novel — The Ocean at the End of the Lane – was only just released. Obviously, this is super exciting news. But at 192 pages, how long is it really going to take to read? A couple of hours? Please. Any true junkie will soon be jonesing for more. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of 10 books you should read if you’re a Neil Gaiman fan.
Of course, if you haven’t yet devoured Gaiman’s earlier works, I’m obligated to recommend those first – especially Neverwhere and American Gods. But once you’ve spent the requisite two days (or one if you’re an actual junkie, in which case I think I’m legally required to suggest you get help before you keep reading) on Gaiman and are chomping for more, don’t worry. Wonderful human being that I am, here’s 10 more to give a shot.
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(image via jlz)
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