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Blueberry Girl

By Neil Gaiman

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A much-loved baby grows into a young woman: blessed, brave, surrounded by all the wonders of the world. What every new parent or parent-to-be dreams of for her child, what every girl dreams of for herself. Color illus. 32p. (All Ages).
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After the grisly murder of his entire family, a toddler wanders into a graveyard where the ghosts and other supernatural residents agree to raise him as one of their own.
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A collection of more than twenty-five short fictional works includes a novella featuring the hero from his best-selling American Gods, in a volume that follows a theme of the intersections between life and death, perception and reality, and darkness and light.
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Good Omens

By Neil Gaiman

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The world is going to end next Saturday, but there are a few problems--the Antichrist has been misplaced, the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse ride motorcycles, and the representatives from heaven and hell decide that they like the human race.
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Neverwhere

By Neil Gaiman

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Richard Mayhew's life is forever changed after he rescues a young girl named Door and finds himself living in a city of monsters, saints, murderers, and angels, and he must help Door on her mission to save this strange underworld kingdom from destruction
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(The Sandman Library: Volume IV). This fourth volume in the collected edition of the Sandman comic book series presents issues 21-28.
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Stardust

By Neil Gaiman

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Tristan Thorne, who lives in the quiet Victorian countryside town of Wall, crosses into the world of Faerie to recover a fallen star for the woman he loves, but once there he encounters dangerous rivals for the star.
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Tristran is compelled to retrieve a fallen star for the woman he loves and crosses through the wondrous gate in the stone wall leading to the world of faerie, where he encounters dangerous rivals for the star
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A groundbreaking collection that reinvigorates and expands the boundaries of imaginative fiction, affording some of the best writers in the world – from peter Straub and Chuck Palahniuk, to Roddy Doyle and Diana Wynne Jones, Stewart O’Nan and Joyce Carol Oates to Walter Mosley, Jodi Piccoult, the volume’s editors, and others – the opportunity to work together, defend their craft, and realign misconceptions. Twenty-seven stories throw the wild dice. About the Contributors section. 428p.
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The Sandman Omnibus 2

By Neil Gaiman

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The Sandman is the universally lauded masterwork following Morpheus, Lord of the Dreaming--a vast hallucinatory landscape housing all the dreams of any and everyone who's ever existed. Regardless of cultures or historical eras, all dreamers visit Morpheus' realm--be they gods, demons, muses, mythical creatures, or simply humans who teach Morpheus some surprising lessons.In this epic tale, Delirium, youngest of the Endless, prevails upon the Sandman to help her find their errant brother, Destruction. But their quest will lead to a painful reunion between Morpheus and his son, Orpheus. Then, the Sandman and others are trapped in a mysterious inn while a tempest rages - and all they can do to while away the time is tell the stories of their lives. And when a young woman's baby is stolen, she turns to The Kindly Ones for vengeance - only to set off a series of events that will lead the Sandman to his ultimate fate, and the baby to find a destiny no one could have foretold. This massive hardcover tome, over 1000 pages, collects the final 38 issues of Neil Gaiman's groundbreaking series.Collects THE SANDMAN #38-75 plus stories from VERTIGO JAM #1 and VERTIGO: WINTER'S EDGE #3.
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This second of twelve volumes collecting the complete run of THE SANDMAN follows Rose Walker as she finds more than she bargained for - long lost relatives, a serial killers' convention, and, ultimately, her true identity. The master of Dreams attempts to unravel the mystery, unaware that the hand of another, far closer to home, is pulling the strings. Color illus. 232p.
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You may have heard somewhere that Neil Gaiman's Sandman series consistedof cool, hip, edgy, smart comic books. And you may have thought, 'What the helldoes that mean?' Enter A Game of You to confound the issue even more, while at the same time standing as a fine example of such a description. This is not an easy book. The characters are dense and unique, while their observations are, as always with Gaiman, refreshingly familiar. Then there's the plot, which grinds along like a coffee mill, in the process breaking down the two worlds of this series, that of the dream and that of the dreamer. Gaiman pushes these worlds to their very extremes--one is a fantasy world with talking animals, a missing princess, and a mysterious villain called the Cuckoo; the other is an urban microcosm inhabited by a drag queen, a punk lesbian couple, and a New York doll named Barbie. In almost every way this book sits at 180 degrees from the earlier four volumes of the Sandman series--although the less it seems to belong to the series, the more it shows its heart. --Jim Pascoe
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Will Eisner, the master and pioneer of American comics art, presents graphic fiction's greatest celebration of the Big Apple. This new hardcover edition presents a quartet of graphic works (New York,The Building, City People Notebook, and Invisible People) and features 'tales as brutal, as uncaring as the city itself.' Includes cameo appearances by the author himself; several new illustrations sketched by Eisner, posthumously inked by Peter Poplaski; and three previously unpublished 'out-takes' - a treasure for any Eisner fan, and sure to become a collectible. Illus. 448p.
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