Happy Birthday Neil

Today is the birthday of my favorite author Mr. Neil Gaiman.

I first read Neil’s Sandman around 1999 and started with Brief Lives, and to say I was hook is an understatement. His rich and deep worlds captured me and I have no plans to ever leave them.

It was is novel American Gods that consolidated me as a live long fan and is actually the last piece of literature that I plan to read to reach 1,000,000 pages (yeah that’s how much I love this novel).

In celebration I’m going to start reading (again) Absolute Sandman Vol. 1

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Some suggested reading :

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/4407.American_Gods

http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/23753.The_Absolute_Sandman_Vol_1

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