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Stardust

Neil Gaiman

4 Reviews

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Fiction, Modern & contemporary fiction (post c 1945), Thriller / suspense, Adventure, Fantasy

A fairy tale for everyone from 'one of the best fabulists of our age' (Financial Times).

A FAIRY TALE FOR EVERYONE.

'Beyond all the borders that divide us, there is a place of infinite possibilities and pure magic. I think of Neil Gaiman as a writer who wears the key to that land around his neck - the key to Storyland' ELIF SHAFAK

'Gaiman describes the indescribable' SUSANNA CLARKE

'A tonic for these turbulent times' IRISH TIMES

THE ACCLAIMED, ENCHANTING FILM ADAPTATION STARS ROBERT DE NIRO, CLAIRE DANES, RUPERT EVERETT, MICHELLE PFEIFFER AND MANY MORE FAVOURITES... ---

'I wanted to write a story that would feel, to the reader, like something he or she had always known' NEIL GAIMAN --- At the dawn of the Victorian era, life moves leisurely in the sleepy village of Wall.

Young Tristran Thorn has lost his heart to the beautiful Victoria Forester and, to win her love, vows to bring her a star they see fall from the night sky.

It is an oath that sends him over the town's ancient wall and into the mysterious land of Faerie - a world that is dangerous and strange beyond imagining . . .

NEIL GAIMAN.
WITH STORIES COME POSSIBILITIES.

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**Includes 'Wall, A Prologue', reading-group discussion questions and an interview with Neil Gaiman**

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Praise for Stardust

  • In prose that dances and dazzles, Gaiman describes the indescribable: the eerie colours, ravishing scents and dangerous laughter of Faerie - Susanna Clarke

  • A new fairy tale about a young man's hunt for his heart's desire, told in clear, rolling prose - Guardian

  • In prose that dances and dazzles, Gaiman describes the indescribable: the eerie colours, ravishing scents and dangerous laughter of Faerie - Susanna Clarke

  • A new fairy tale about a young man's hunt for his heart's desire, told in clear, rolling prose - Guardian

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Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman was born in England but now lives in Minnesota, in a big house of uncertain location. He is the author of the multi-million-selling graphic novel sequence The Sandman as well as numerous other award-winning and critically lauded books.

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