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Book Review: The Graveyard Book

A mysterious man strides through a darkened house in the middle of the night. He has already disposed of the most of the family members, and is searching for the youngest child, a young boy barely old enough to walk. 356 more words


Nobody Owens Takes a New Form: A Review of The Graveyard Book volume 1

I loved The Graveyard Book from page 1.  I read the audiobook because Neil Gaiman reads it (definitely worth a listen.  His voices are amazing.)  And then read the book again for a YA Literature class in college.   699 more words


The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman has a well earned reputation for off-beat and cross genre writing, The Graveyard book is another title to add to an impressive list. Well written with Gaiman’s ironic wit, the main plot of a boy raised by ghosts and the intriguing characters are enough to lead the reader through. 158 more words

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Review: The Graveyard Book, by Neil Gaiman

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A mysterious man by the name of Jack moves stealthily through the night, quietly killing an entire family. 295 more words


A Review of 'The Graveyard Book' by Neil Gaiman

The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman is a book for young adults which I enjoyed immensely. The story begins with a triple homicide, the surviving child wanders into the local graveyard and is raised by ghosts. 292 more words

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