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    Is anyone here a Neil Gaiman fan?
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    sandman? endless? stardust (*hugs*)? or the other series... *cough*Neverwhere*cough*

    or his other works like Signal 2 Noise? etc

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    Originally posted by pyre


    sandman? endless? stardust (*hugs*)? or the other series... *cough*Neverwhere*cough*

    or his other works like Signal 2 Noise? etc
    All of the above, and his new book, Coraline.
    Have you read it? Quite entertaining.

    Try Black Orchid too if you can...
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    yeh heard of Coraline but no time ..

    the trials and tribulations of being part of the work force.

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    Originally posted by pyre
    yeh heard of Coraline but no time ..

    the trials and tribulations of being part of the work force.
    I do all my reading while on the MRT makes good use of the 35-40 minute travel time.

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    Originally posted by pyre
    yeh heard of Coraline but no time ..

    the trials and tribulations of being part of the work force.
    No excuse. (Kidding! )

    I'm part of he work force too. If you are keen, i don't mind passing my copy to you.
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    Darren - i know the other day i commented to a fren that i get more reading done while travelling than i do sitting down in a comfy chair (which is what i used to do)... but these days slouching @ home is a luxury and at the same time i usually get stuck standing on the bus.

    Wolfgang - thanks for the offer... i may take it up someday but not at the moment. i still have some C.S Lewis stuff to finish that a fren gave me.

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    this may interest wolfie...

    Gaiman wins this year's Hugo Award for his novel - American Gods (i can now forgive the Hugo voters for last year's winner)

    http://www.locusmag.com/2002/News/News09Log1.html

    cheers
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    Yup.....a Gaiman fan. But missed quite a number of his stuff, been reading other books lately. Too many, only got a pair of eyes.....

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