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THE OCEAN AT THE END OF THE LANE, NEIL GAIMAN

After eight years of writing for children, Gaiman has published a book for adults, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, and so far only received good reviews. But what does it mean to “book for adults”, when everything he had ever written as much for adults as it is for children? This book is a little different; the author decided that the first chapter is somewhat dull to all the youthful enthusiasts who engage in reading put to the test. If you endured the first chapter, enough you ready for what’s coming, and it’s a great story about children in an environment where the rules dictated by their parents, life on the edge between two worlds, which is quite normal when one of the characters says he has experienced the Great bang and where one bar called oceans.

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