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Wravyn
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On Jan 3, 2020, weirdwizardx wrote:
And for the ones that want to experience Neil Gaiman then read The Sandman!!

Or NEVERWHERE, or AMERICAN GODS, or THE GRAVEYARD BOOK, or... Come to think of it, I don't think I have read any of his books that I have not liked.
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He creates a very realistic urban fantasy world. There's been one or two things I was a bit "eh" on but those were oddball short stories that aren't his usual style.

Personally American Gods is my favorite fiction book and I read it about every year (author's preferred text).
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Is a joy to read NG one feels dreaming.

And American Gods reminded me of Supergods by Grant Morrison (another awesome writer)
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