Title: Smoke and MirrorsAuthor: Neil GaimanPublication Date: 1998Publishing House: Avon Books I picked up Smoke and Mirrors at a used book store back in August of 2018 and I actually read a good bit of it in September of that year but stopped before finishing all the stories. Since I have more time on my
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So I have been in a reading slump lately, but I picked up some new books at a used book sale at Recycled Books that will hopefully help get me out of this. The Ice Dragon by George R. R. Martin This is actually intended as a children’s book but I couldn’t pass is up.
Title: Norse MythologyAuthor: Neil GaimanPublication Date: 2017Publishing House: W.W. Norton & Company I really love Neil Gaiman books and mythology and I have been meaning to read this one for a while. So I downloaded the audiobook for Keltin and I to listen to on our way back from Kansas over the holidays. The wonderful
I finished my second read through of American Gods, or well, a listen as I borrowed the digital audio book from the library. And upon completion it got me thinking. And looking at it in conjunction with The Great Gatsby – I’m currently reading So We Read On about how Gatsby can to be the
A good friend of mine was in town recently and unlike normal people we didn’t go get dinner or drinks to sit and catch up on the events of life. No, we wandered around the nearest used bookstore, in this case Half Priced Books. Where despite a vain attempt at first I bough more books.
I did not finish a book over the weekend, that is partly because I have spent way to much time exploring the shelves at used bookstores – my favorite kind. This book haul is from Recycled Books in Denton, Texas. A wonderful store that you should get lost in the first chance you get. Earlier
Title: Trigger Warnings Author: Neil Gaiman Publication Date: 20015 Publishing House: HarperCollins Trigger Warning is different than any other book I have reviewed on this blog so far. It is as the title says, “Short Fictions and Disturbances.” The stories in these pages all have some unsettling aspect. Sometimes the story ends well for someone but