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Black Dog


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Black Dog

Black Dog


Neil Gaiman


ISBN 9781472235442


A special illustrated edition of Black Dog by bestselling storytelling legend, Neil Gaiman. This American Gods world novella will thrill Games of Thrones devotees and Terry Pratchett fans alike.

'Original, engrossing, and endlessly entertaining' George R.R Martin on American Gods

Baldur 'Shadow' Moon is on his way back to America, but in this story he's only made it as far as the Peak District in Derbyshire, England. Here he becomes involved with a strange, small-town couple - and the spectral legend of a black dog that causes death.

 

The Author

Neil Gaiman is the author of over thirty acclaimed books and graphic novels for adults and children, including American Gods, StarDust, Coraline and The Graveyard Book.

His most recent novel for adults, The Ocean at the End of the Lane was highly acclaimed, appeared on the hardback and paperback Sunday Times bestseller lists and won several awards, including being voted Book of the Year in the National Book Awards 2013: 'Some books you read. Some books you enjoy. But some books just swallow you up, heart and soul' Joanne Harris.
The recipient of numerous literary honours, Neil Gaiman's work has been adapted for film, television and radio. He has written scripts for Doctor Who, collaborated with authors and illustrators including Terry Pratchett, Dave McKean and C hris Riddell, and The Sandman is established as one of the classic graphic novels. As George R R Martin says: 'There's no one quite like Neil Gaiman.'
Originally from England, Neil Gaiman now lives in America.

 

Extras

Reviews, News & Interviews:

Exhilarating and terrifying. - Independent

Gaiman hardwires his comedy of misrule with a crackpot energy that, when successfully channelled, lights up the imagination. - The Sunday Times
Gaiman has written a book that reads like a half-remembered fairy-tale from childhood. It has the easy flow of a story already heard, deeply known, and slots perfectly into the canon of British magical fiction. - New Statesman