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Fragile Things by Neil Gaiman
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Jan 08, 2012

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bookshelves: short-stories, fantasy, horror
Read from December 08, 2011 to January 07, 2012

I adore Gaiman's work, so I obviously enjoyed this collection of short stories. Some of the highlights are Sunbird, October in the Chair, and The Problem of Susan. Obviously Gaiman's work is spooky and disturbing. Often times, these short stories test the reader's views on morality and spirituality. As evidenced by some of the reviews on here, if you are easily offended or disturbed, then I would stay away from this collection of short stories. My only complaint about this collection is that it lacked cohesion, a central theme to pull all the individual stories together.

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