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    An Impressive book

    You got love when an autor is this bold and competent. It is a fiction like no other. It is a "larger than myth" story, that try to explain the roots of America. And it is fun.
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    Brilliant!

    I never know what to expect from Gaiman except I will be transported into a story rich with characters I couldn't dream up if I tried. Again, I was up till the wee hours, ridiculously sleep-deprived as I lost myself in another surreal and delicious Gaiman world. My next read, whayever that is, will seem depressingly bland and cliché.
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    This is Neil Gaiman's best book to date and that is saying something since he has written many great book.
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    It is a page turner..

    This is the first novel of Mr. Gaiman that I have read though I am familar with his Sandman work. I am pleasantly satified that this book was all I was hoping for and looking for. He delives an intense tale that never gets dull or boring and will keep you reading and turning the pages.
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    Alright, not stunning

    This definitely is not my favourite Neil Gaiman book. It feels a little rough around the edges and not quite as developed as some of his other works. It is still enjoyable though and definitely reads as a love letter to America. I'm not sure how to categorize this book as it's a little bit of everything. Theres a bit of horror, a bit of fantasy, a bit of mystery. To me this book would almost been better done if some of the side stories were separate novels and this was a little more focused.
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