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Death by Neil Gaiman
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Jan 07, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: own, 2006, 2012, 2009
Read on May 01, 2006 , read count: 3

Hazel and Foxglove from The Sandman, Vol. 5: A Game of You take center stage in this book after a brief appearance in Death: The High Cost of Living promised that they would be having a child and Foxglove was on the brink of stardom. Here, we see what those events have done to their relationship (hint: nothing good) and reflect on their past. The book is more complex and introspective than The High Cost of Living, which is both good and bad, as sometimes it overreaches a bit. It's also, in general, less enjoyable, fraught with relationship drama and a less perky—though no less compassionate—Death. Regardless, it's another strong three-issue miniseries with memorable side characters.

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