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The Sandman: Doll's House (The Sandman Library, Vol. 2)
The Sandman: Doll's House (The Sandman Library, Vol. 2)
by Neil Gaiman
Edition: Paperback

16 of 21 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant Gaiman, 27 Feb. 2003
The whole Sandman series is not only amazing in it's weird characterisations (Death is a funky upbeat lass and Dream is her morose, depressed brother) but it is very cleverly written. Each book could be read on it's own but you really realise Gaiman's genius when you read them all in order and then reread them again. The intricate way the story weaves itself and the characters around themselves is not something you will find done so well anywhere in the graphic novel genre. There is always a new connection and twist. Gaiman and his wonderfully quirky way of seeing the world is shown best in these works, but for a really accessible and fun introduction you also need to get hold of Good Omens (written with Terry Pratchett). Priceless stuff.
Watch out for references to any and all important literature in the last 400 years, including Shakespeare, who plays a modest role in the Sandman.


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