Neil Gaiman’s reading of ‘The Graveyard Book’ makes me squeal like a schoolgirl

“Neil Gaiman, best known for being a low-rent version of Terry Pratchett in a leather jacket,” quips one of my colleagues — name withheld to protect the heathen — amid a discussion of my beloved author’s reading of The Graveyard Book. I won’t lie. I immediately went on the defensive. Gaiman occupies a shelf in my heart beside The Mirror Empire’s fiercely outspoken Kameron Hurley and short story virtuoso Benjanun Sriduangkaew.

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