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Selections from Fragile Things, Volume Two: 6 Short Fictions and Wonders (Fragile Things #2)

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The marvelous creations found in Fragile Things showcase the unparalleled invention and storytelling brilliance—as well as the terrifyingly dark and entertaining sense of humor—of the incomparable Neil Gaiman. By turns delightful, disturbing, and diverting, Fragile Things is a gift of literary enchantment from one of the most original writers of our time.

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Published February 3rd 2009 by William Morrow (first published January 23rd 2009)
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Stephen
Fellow Goodreaders, come inside and discover: Forbidden Brides...Faceless Slaves...Secret Houses...Nights of Dread Desire...and that's in just ONE of the stories in this silky, smooth, scintillating selection of gorgeous Gaiman GOLD.

Fragile Things, Comprehensive Review Part 2 As I mentioned in my review of Part 1, this collection is on my All Time Top 5 for best single author collection of short fiction ever. Since the collection is now available in ebook format as multiple selections (each con
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Chris
I expected something a bit more, but this is a fun treatment by Neil Himself of Sherlock Holmes (without ever using the name anywhere in the text). In fact, Watson is also not named and at the end the great reveal is that maybe this is neither Watson nor Holmes? And yet it is. A Study in Emerald is available as a separate audio book file and is worth the $3 listen.
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