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Review: The Graveyard Book

I’ve reviewed The Graveyard Book over at www.bookrater.co.uk:

The story goes that it was a small cemetery near Gaiman’s house in the eighties, where he used to take his son to ride on his tricycle, that merged, in the author’s head, with The Jungle Book to produce the idea of a boy raised by ghosts. That’s why we have The Graveyard Book. Of course Gaiman’s son is now a grown man and The Graveyard Book has only been on release a few weeks. Why did it take so long?…

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