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Stardust Read Stardust Neil Gaiman Wgf2011.eu Life Moves At A Leisurely Pace In The Tiny Town Of Wall Named After The Imposing Stone Barrier Which Separates The Town From A Grassy Meadow Here, Young Tristran Thorn Has Lost His Heart To The Beautiful Victoria Forester And For The Coveted Prize Of Her Hand, Tristran Vows To Retrieve A Fallen Star And Deliver It To His Beloved It Is An Oath That Sends Him Over The Ancient Wall And Into A World That Is Dangerous And Strange Beyond Imagining

About the Author: Neil Gaiman

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10 thoughts on “Stardust

  1. says:

    Dear Mr Gaiman,Damn you Damn you straight to hell You ve written beautiful faerie stories in your plainspoken postmodern prose, and left my own projected frontiers woefully trodden It has nothing to do with your brilliance Had I been born befo

  2. says:

    Inevitably I was reading this against the movie, and I m here to say that I think the movie and the book are both brilliant So ha I love the movie It s absolutely wonderful And I loved the book But they are quite different The novel definitely feelsadu

  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here A friend gave me this book and I decided to read it before going to see the movie, since I d heard so many rave reviews of the film If the movie hadn t been my carrot, though, I nev

  4. says:

    TheGaiman I read, theI understand why people are so caught up in the magic he wields Because that is basically what he does He s not an author, he s a magician, painting magic pictures of rich, exciting worlds that come to life so quickly Worlds that somehow seem comple

  5. says:

    This is the one case, the ONLY case so far Edit not any, Bridget Jones gets the honor too , where I prefer the movie to the book I know it s a sacrilege and you can all burn me at the stake, but it is nonetheless the truth It s also one of the few times I watched the movie befor

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    That is all.

  7. says:

    I hate Tristan Thorn, though I do suppose that everybody has been in his shoes at one point in their life Everybody was young once and everybody has been naively in love with someone they barely know I can t blame Tristan for his natural puppyish passions, he is only seventeen after all, but I ca

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    3.5 of 5 shooting stars For a kiss, and the pledge of your hand, said Tristran, grandiloquently, I would bring you that fallen star He shivered His coat was thin, and it was obvious that he would not get the kiss, which he found puzzling The main heroes of the penny dreadfuls and shilling novels never had

  9. says:

    There was once a young man who wished to gain his Heart s Desire This is a charming journey of self discovery by a character who has a dual nature, human and fairy He makes it work, with the assistance of sundry others Beginning his journey seeking his heart s desire, he finds by the time he returns home that what

  10. says:

    The world building, the characters, the story all absolutely amazing He wondered how it could have taken him so long to realize he cared for her, and he told her so, and she called him an idiot, and he declared that it was the finest thing that ever a man had been calledThere s the wonder, there s the intrigue, there s the

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