I’m reading The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. So fun! It’s turning out to be a really quick read – technically it’s a children’s or young adult book but it’s not only that; it’s a great adventure and quite morbid if you think a little into it. It’s about a baby whose whole family is murdered by a man named Jack, but the baby escapes to the graveyard and is raised by its eerie inhabitants. And they name him, get this, Nobody Owens. I’ve always found Gaiman’s writing to be whimsical and bizarre – he’s definitely one of my favourite contemporary authors. Read The Graveyard Book!!!
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