Amazon) while aimlessly wandering around an airport bookstore. Honestly, the first thing that caught my eye was Neil Gaiman's name on the cover. A book endorsed by Neil Gaiman? How could I resist? (Actually, I think the first thing that caught my eye may have been the really nice cover art. Then Neil Gaiman's name.)
This book was actually a delightful surprise. I was expecting something similar to Neil Gaiman's usual work-but instead I got something much closer to Terry Pratchett. The Good Fairies of New York is irreverent, light hearted, and refreshingly original. Definitely a great read.
I wrote Martin Millar a quick email:
"I just read The Good Fairies of New York, and I wanted to send you a
quick note to let you know that I absolutely adored it. It was really
unlike anything I've ever read before. I'll definitely have to check out
some of your other books!"
I actually have another book to write about, and am in the process of reading a couple of more, so in theory, there should be more posts soon.