Re: What are you reading? (continued)
My favorite Gaiman was The Graveyard Book because I went to his Mousecircus web site and he read the whole thing there. It was great to listen to him read, to watch him read. It was at some event and so you have crowd reactions (laughs, groans) and Neil's reaction to the audience. It really is this symbiotic relationship as Neil and the crowd get something from each other.
I love when an author reads their own books for audios/videos as you get the true feel of how they wanted it to sound. The emphasis on certain words, the tone, the rise and fall of their cadence. It's music. And it's beautiful.
Last edited by Dana Jean; May 7th, 2013 at 11:47 AM.
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