Day 16 of Blogtember: Review a book place, or product.
The Ocean at the End of the Lane by Neil Gaiman was a lovely yet heart wrenching, thrilling and magical book. I enjoyed the reading the thoughts of a child who believes in magic and monsters. It was sad to read about the child’s fears and loneliness but it was hauntingly beautiful too. The story reminded me of another one of my favorite books by Neil Gaiman, Stardust. Some of the child-like charm also remind me of the Chronicles of Narnia too.
[All images can be found with their original links on my Pinterest board, Books I Love.] I finished this book a week ago and I’m still thinking about it.
What was the last book that you read that made you remember childhood? Or what was the last book that made you completely dive into that reality and not want to put it down?