Marcele

The Ocean at the End of the Lane - Neil Gaiman I love how Neil Gaiman makes me believe that the world has magic, even when doesn't means a good thing. In this book he tells a compelling story about remembrance of a kid that experimented - and endured - strange events when he was seven. It's a sad, and sometimes terrifying, story. But, still, beautiful and a perfect exemplar of Gaiman's works.

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