A delightful collection of tales eerie and odd by the inimitable Gaiman. I particularly enjoyed his extremely clever Sherlock Holmes-meets-H.P. Lovecraft story, 'A Study in Emerald', and an adventure featuring Shadow, from American Gods, in 'The Monarch of the Glen'.— Reva
In this dazzling collection of more than twenty-five pieces of short fiction, including a novella featuring the hero of his masterpiece, "American Gods," internationally bestselling author Neil Gaiman charts the terrain between life and death, perception and reality, darkness and light. From an alternate-universe Victorian England to months of the year sitting around chatting, this volume is a gift of wonder guaranteed to dazzle the senses.