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The ultimate Inn

Advantages: lots of interesting tales
Disadvantages: slightly depressing

...For those of you unfortunate enough enver to have encountered Neil Gaiman, or his creation The Sandman, here are some things you need to know. Neil Gaiman is an author who works not only in novel and short story form, but also in the graphic novel gen ...

Bryn_Pearson 11.09.2003 · Read full review
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Review of The Sandman: World's End - Neil Gaiman

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9.5 out of 10, 8 of 10, and One in a million.

Advantages: Fantastically Written, Deep, Awe-Inspiring
Disadvantages: Can be fragmented.

...Well, where to begin? Firstly, my job is fairly hard. To begin with; anyone who has read a Sandman book won't need me to tell them to read this one, as they are so absorbing that nothing could stop you. Secondly, no review could give the complete impre ...

Dream_weaver 06.02.2002 · Read full review
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Review of The Sandman: World's End - Neil Gaiman

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Nearly the end of the best series ever

Advantages: Well written, a perfect introduction
Disadvantages: Where's Morpheus ?

The Worls end is really a collection of short stories. The title comes from the framework for these stories, a group of lost travellers ending up at an inn at the world's end. The stoires are all to Gaimans usually high quality, they include a tale ab ...

Telute 05.02.2001 · Read full review
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Endless Road Trip

Advantages: Draws old plot threads to a close.
Disadvantages: Tedious length, pointless distractions and bad jokes.

...After experimenting with some shorter story cycles to varying degrees of success, Neil Gaiman once again plunges Sandman readers into an extended story, this time spanning a whopping nine issues. Despite my notion that Gaiman had left the stretched plotti ...

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Review of The Sandman: Brief Lives - Neil Gaiman

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Change your life however briefly

Advantages: Aren't there enough in the review ?
Disadvantages: If you can think of any let me know.

...you read a book it stays in your head. It might stay there for days, weeks, months or even years. Eventually it goes away and is replaced by other things, other stories. Now, think of the best books you've read. Not the ones you've e ...

Telute 16.02.2001 · Read full review
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