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The Doll's House by Neil Gaiman
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Jan 12, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: sf-and-fantasy

Much more confident than the previous volume, with finer artwork and a more consistent tone, despite the variety of strytelling devices and styles.The stand-alone piece about the human Death decides to make immortal isn't as interesting as it could have been (despite living for over half a millenium the guy doesn't seem to learn very much), and as for the main plot I think Gaiman finds serial killers more fascinating than I do, but still, it's full of memorable images, characters and narrative twists and turns.

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