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From multi award-winning creator of "The Sandman", Neil Gaiman, comes the incredible work that broke new ground in graphic novel storytelling, re ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 3.750
Caitlin S

Cute, short fantasy tale

by Caitlin S on Oct 10, 2013

This was a quick read and I thought it was very fun as well. I wish that it had been a little more involved, but overall a nice short story.

craig4

better than the movie

by craig4 on Aug 26, 2010

This book was really interesting, and Gailman does a great job of creating his own mythology. The story that he tells is compelling and simple at the same time; I read this book in one day because I couldn't put it down. Also it's only slightly similar to its movie counterpart, and the book is ten times better. It's definitely an intelligent, funny read.

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everafter

Neil Gaimans best work

by everafter on Jun 19, 2008

I have read almost every word of every book Neil Gaiman has put out and by far Stardust is at the top of my lists of books that I would read over and over again. I read the book before the movie came out and let me tell you this--The movie did the book no justice. If you like fantasy, adventure, romance and rich descriptions then you should read this book that is filled with many interesting characters and fantastic imiages.

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EducateYourself

Inventive, but tiresome...

by EducateYourself on Feb 7, 2008

The concept was good, but the story itself was boring. There was no real climax, it was all just one long narrative about this tactless boy's journey to find a fallen star for his "True Love". When he finally gets this star, he hauls her around with a broken leg on a chain. Real romantic. Then, there's the witches, right? Well, in all good fairy tales, the witch must be eliminated somehow (burned, melted, exploded, turned into something unnatural by her own backfiring magic, etc.) right? Wrong. It lacks true faerie tale feel. They don't exactly live happy ever after and the bad guy is still left at large. All in all, very boring and slightly perverted at times.

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Aldaron

Better than the Movie

by Aldaron on Oct 4, 2007

I really enjoyed this book - there was 'fun' all the way through. Much better than the movie.

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