Prince of Stories (Paperback)
The Many Worlds of Neil Gaiman
St. Martins Press-3pl, 9780312373726, 560pp.
Publication Date: October 27, 2009
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Over the past twenty years, Neil Gaiman has developed into the premier fantasist of his generation, achieving that rarest of combinations--unrivaled critical respect and extraordinary commercial success. From the landmark comic book series The Sandman to novels such as the New York Times bestselling American Gods and Anansi Boys, from children's literature like Coraline to screenplays for such films as Beowulf, Gaiman's work has garnered him an enthusiastic and fiercely loyal global following.
Now, for the first time ever, Prince of Stories chronicles the history and impact of the complete works of Neil Gaiman in film, fiction, music, comic books, and beyond. Containing hours of exclusive interviews with Gaiman and conversations with his collaborators, as well as wonderful nuggets of his work--such as the beginning of an unpublished novel, a rare comic and a never-before-published essay--this is a treasure trove of all things Gaiman. In addition to providing in-depth information and commentary on Gaiman's myriad works, Prince of Stories includes rare photographs, book covers, artwork, and related trivia and minutiae. It is both an insightful introduction to his work and a true "must-have" for his ever-growing legion of fans.
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Praise For Prince of Stories: The Many Worlds of Neil Gaiman…
“This tribute is a tremendous gift to Neil Gaiman fans. . . . Well written, well organized, and fun to peruse.” —VOYA magazine
“There’s a lot to enjoy here, even for those who know only the corners of [Gaiman’s] tremendous oeuvre.” —Booklist
“Simply terrific . . . This is just essential reading for Gaiman fans. Highly recommended.” —Loglines
“Verdict: 8/10. An impressive and heartily researched tome on one of pop culture’s giants. A must for fans of the author in any of his mediums.” —Total Sci Fi