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There are some authors that seem destined to write Doctor Who. They understand the magic and intricate storylines that are required to weave a story in The Doctor’s universe. Neil Gaiman is a visionary that paints a masterpiece with his prose while maintaining the mystery and fairy tale atmosphere required for Matt Smith’s Doctor. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of “Doctor Who”, Penguin Books UK and Puffin Books are releasing e books each month in 2013 featuring one of the eleven Doctors and written by a famous children’s or young adult’s fiction author. For November, Puffin will be releasing “Nothing O’Clock” byNeil Gaiman. This instalment is a suspenseful and magical adventure highlighting Matt Smith’s Eleventh Doctor. (Continue reading on Examiner.com)
Growing up, there is always one book that stays with you; the one story that you think of when you reminisce about childhood. Throughout a reader’s adult life they pore through book after book trying to recapture the same magic as that one book from when they were a kid. Many search their entire lives and never recapture that feeling. “The Ocean at the End of the Lane” is that book full of wonder, mystery and just a dab of terror. The newest work from world-renowned author Neil Gaiman is everything fans look for in his work and so very much more.
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Rarely does an episode of television genuinely surprise and terrify viewers. Neil Gaiman’s newest episode of “Doctor Who” does both in excess. As a world-renowned writer, Gaiman consistently brings readers into his magical world of dark fantasy. The ease and caliber of his writing in regards to “Doctor Who” becomes even more suburb with each venture. “Nightmare in Silver” is not only a wonderful episode of “Doctor Who”, it highlights each character’s strength beautifully creating a terrifying work of art. (Continue reading at Examiner.com)