Book Review: The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman
Neil Gaiman is an author of various works. Popular for writing graphic novels and comic stories, Neil Gaiman has many notable fantasy works to his credit. The Ocean at the End of the Lane is his recent work that went on to become the most popular literature to read.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane has moments of terror instilled throughout the story yet it has moments of innocence that feels like breeze.
The story of The Ocean at the End of the Lane opens up into a place happened to be the childhood home, a visit to which outbursts Protagonist past eccentric moments.
The story takes a sudden rush from an adulthood to childhood. The story plot is the most tasteful bite that for sure shadows it reader under the sense of fear. Twists and thrills remain a twitch that is scattered across the storyline.
Readers love the way Neil Gaiman represents an adult fantasy with a breeze of artistry in it and The Ocean at the End of the Lane is no different.
There are few very authors in the list that masters the fear and Neil Gaiman top the list. So The Ocean at the End of the Lane is the promising read for the readers who loves an amalgam of fantasy and fear.
|Book title||The Ocean at the End of the Lane|
|Publisher(s)||William Morrow; Reissue edition|
|Published in/on||18 June 2013|
|No. of pages||256|