Gemma Turner (Queen's Square Library)
Another masterpiece by Neil Gaiman. The first thing that should be noticed is the layout of the pages. During dramatic or suspenseful scenes, the words will be spread out, staggered down the page, and, in a few instances, the page itself will be black. As always, the characters are lovable and the plot is unique. Hints of the true villain are scattered throughout the story, and it creates an amazing climax at the end. With some thought, I figured out the villain before the major confrontation scene, but it was exciting nonetheless. I also must warn you, you will cry excessively at the beautifully-written end. Overall, an amazing read and amazing author. I'd recommend this book to anyone! Go read it right now!