Stardust by Neil Gaiman Paperback Book

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Author: Neil Gaiman

Narrator: Neil Gaiman

Format: Unabridged-CD, Paperback

Publisher: Harperaudio

Published: Sep 2006

Genre: Fiction - General

Retail Price: $29.95

Discs: 5

Synopsis

A young man, Tristan, sets off on a quest to retrieve a fallen star and win the hand of his love in marriage. The problem is that the star seems to have landed in the realm of faeries, and Tristan must venture into those uncharted territories, far outside the walled city in which he and his love reside.

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Reviews

BookLender review by Sara on 2009-11-02 20:10:08

I love Neil Gaiman, both as an author and a narrator. His voice has such power and presence, it's hard not to get drawn in. If you liked the movie, get the book - it's different enough to be refreshing and new, and gives you a great deal of backstory missing from the movie.