The Graveyard Book

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This book is an excellent production from writer, Neil Gaiman. It is specifically intended for kids or teens of 11 to 13 years of age. He writer, Neil Gaiman himself led the narration of this book. He was further accompanied by Derek Jacobi, Clare Corbett, Andrew Scott, Robert Madge, Julian Rhind-Tutt and Miriam Margolyes for the narration and the entire team did a fantastic job in keeping teens engaged and fully entertained with this fictional novel.

The novel had the owner of winning the Newbery and as well as the Carnegie Medal. This also makes this Graveyard Book the only towel to be the proud recipient of both the awards. Not only this, but it also got the Hugo Award for best novel. The prestigious Locus Award for the Young Adult Book and finally, the very popular Audiobook of the year award as well. This all endorses that how popular this book is among the masses.

Nobody Owens is a good normal guy, who is as Bod to his friends. He would have been a totally normal guy, if he hadn’t live in the vicinity of a rambling graveyard and also being educated and raised by the ghosts there. And, also having a lonely guardian, who neither belongs to this world nor to that of the dead. There are a large number of adventures and as well as a large number of dangers for the guy in that graveyard. But, if he leaves the graveyard, then he will be vulnerable for an attack from Jack.

Norse Mythology and Good Omens are regular novels from Neil Gaiman, which are intended for general audience and are highly rated for their class in literary writing, storyline and using characters in a masterly manner.

 


 

 



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