Re: neil gaiman
- Yeah, I read American God's recently and I highly recommend it.
He reminds me of Gibson in a few ways, good and bad. He works with
the constructs of society. Which I find good. He also ignores some
of the set rules in the book for artistic fancy. This can make a
story more imaginitive, but degrades the literature some. Gibson was
huge on doing this, but he did it in a wonderful way (to me atleast).
Next on my list is another Gaiman book; neverwhere.
Oh, I've been in this group/club many years, but I just haven't been
the least bit active. Cheers.