Neil Gaiman, who else "reads" him?

Philippines
April 29, 2008 6:01am CST
I've been a fan of Neil Gaiman for a couple of years now, I read his Sandman Saga first, and was totally hooked. So far, I've read: "American Gods", "Neverwhere", and "Stardust". I'm currently into "Smoke and Mirrors" (a collection of short stories, very much like Stephen King's "Everything's Eventual"). I've also seen the movie "Mirrormask" and the BBC adaptation of "Neverwhere". How about you guys?
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@egdcltd (10075)
29 Apr 08
Have you read his collaboration with Terry Pratchett, "Good Omens"?
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• Philippines
29 Apr 08
Not yet, but I've just done a bit of research, and I think I should get copy immediately, the synopsis promises a lot of hilarity. :)
29 Apr 08
My mum and boyfriend both love him, between them they have all his and terry Pratchet's work. I am yet to read one, though I recogn I should quite soon as they come so heavily recommended.
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29 Apr 08
thanks for the response! you should really, he's one of the best out there. :)
@secretbear (19460)
• Philippines
13 May 08
i don't know who that author is and i'm just dropping by here to ask, is the book "stardust" the movie with the same title with claire danes on it? and i would just like to mention the coincidence, i used the phrase "everything's eventual" in my website. its surprising to know that it is a title of a book of Stephen King! what is it about?
• Philippines
29 May 08
Hi,just got back to mylotting again. Yes, the movie was based on Neil Gaiman's book called Stardust. As for "Everything's Eventual", it's a collection of short stories by Stephen King, w/c includes the story 1408 (movie w/ John Cusack and Samuel L. Jackson).:D
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@secretbear (19460)
• Philippines
13 Jul 08
i've watched that 1408 movie! i liked it! that was some super weird room. everything was in suspense. so the Everything's Eventual is a collection of stories?? i wish i can borrow it from you hitomi. i hope i can find that book in the tiangge at Trinoma.
@wildfruit (233)
• Philippines
29 Apr 08
I've actually heard about him. I heard he's quite a good writer.. with his novels and graphic novels. :) From what I hear from friends American Gods is quite nice. :) And so is his Stardust novel.. I've see the movie though and I loved it. :) I'm gonna compare it with the book version. I'm planning on buying one of his books some time soon and see for myself. :) I'm hoping that I'd be able to read one of his works soon!
• Philippines
2 May 08
Oh yes, I really liked Stardust the movie (there were some changes, but it captured the spirit of the movie overall). thanks for the response. :D
• Philippines
14 May 08
hello, I read some of works also, and I really liked it. In fact he became one of my favorite author. The first book that I read that he write is Stardust. Since then, I became interested to read more of his works, though I've read only few of his books like Coraline and Neverwhere, it is one of my favorite novel and I'm really curious to see the adaptation of it.