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January 27, 2009

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I still have yet to read any of him. I read a book by Daniel Pinkwater that Gaiman gave a glowing review of, and was terribly disappointed, but of course you can't judge an author based on his recommendations, so I'll have to pick one of his up now :)

I enjoyed reading the book Stardust--actually, Neil Gaiman read it to me on the audio book :) And everybody in the world has told me to read Coraline, but I haven't yet ... maybe we should both make a trip to the library!

I've never heard of Daniel Pinkwater--but I guess that's a good thing ... Maybe him and Neil were college roommates or something.

I guess I'll start with the Graveyard Book, since it's the big winner. Then I'll go back and check out some of his graphic novels that made him such a cult favorite a few years back.

And yes, a trip to the library is in order; it's been awhile since I've actually checked out anything for myself, seeing as I work in a bookstore and all :)

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