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The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains

Neil Gaiman

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Fiction, Fantasy, Graphic novels, Short stories

Audio of an illustrated novel from Sunday Times bestselling author of THE OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE - winner of the National Book Awards 'Book of the Year'.

You ask me if I can forgive myself? I can forgive myself... And so begins The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains, a haunting story of family, the otherworld, and a search for hidden treasure. This audiobook is brought to vivid life by the characters and landscape of Gaiman's award-winning story. In this volume, the talents and vision of two great creative geniuses come together in a glorious explosion of colour and shadow, memory and regret, vengeance and, ultimately, love.

...for many things. For where I left him. For what I did.

Read by the author.

(P)2014 HarperCollins Publishers

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Praise for The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains

  • Gaiman is, simply put, a treasure-house of story, and we are lucky to have him

  • Gaiman's achievement is to make the fantasy world seem true - The Times

  • Gaiman has a rich imagination...and an ability to tackle large themes

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Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman is the No.1 Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling writer of books, graphic novels, short stories, film and television for all ages, and is known for creating extraordinary worlds beyond imagination. He has been awarded numerous literary honours and many of his books have been made into films and adapted for TV and radio. In recent years, Neil wrote and was the showrunner for a critically acclaimed television adaptation of Good Omens, the seminal novel he co-authored with the late Sir Terry Pratchett. He has also written two episodes of Doctor Who and appeared in The Simpsons as himself.

In 2017, Neil became a Goodwill Ambassador for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency. He received a Doctor of Letters from the University of St Andrews, is a Professor in the Arts at Bard College and is a Royal Society of Literature fellow. Born in the UK, Neil now mostly lives in America, and travels all around the world every year appearing at festivals, events and conventions.

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