Trigger warning : short fictions and disturbances / Neil Gaiman.
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|Kendallville PL - Kendallville Main Branch||FIC GAI (Text)||37516002022431||Adult Fiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780062330321
- ISBN: 0062330322
- ISBN: 9780062449313
- ISBN: 0062449311
- Physical Description: xli, 310 pages, 8 pages ; 21 cm
- Edition: First William Morrow paperback edition.
- Publisher: New York : William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2015.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| Introduction -- Making a chair -- A lunar labyrinth -- Thing about Cassandra -- Down to a sunless sea -- "The truth is a cave in the Black Mountains ..." -- My last landlady -- Adventure story -- Orange -- A calendar of tales -- Case of death and honey -- Man who forgot Ray Bradbury -- Jerusalem -- Click-Clack the rattlebag -- An invocation of incuriosity -- "And weep, like Alexander" -- Nothing o'clock -- Diamonds and pearls: a fairy tale -- Return of the thin white duke -- Feminine endings -- Observing the formalities -- Sleeper and the spindle -- Witch work -- In Relig Odhráin -- Black Dog -- Credits -- P.S. section.
|Summary, etc.:|| "In this wide-randing collection of short fiction, Neil Gaiman pierces the veil of reality to reveal the enigmatic, shadowy world that lies beneath. This rich compendium includes previously published stories, poetry, and a very special Dr. Who tale that was written for the fiftieth anniversary of the beloved series, as well as the never-before-published American Gods novella "Black Dog", in which Shadow Moon stops at a village pub on his way back to America. Horror and ghost stories, speculative fiction and fairy tales, fabulism and verse - all combine to illustrate the strength and breadth of Gaiman's storytelling mastery and cement his reputation as one of the fines writers at work today"--Back cover.
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