Currently Reading: Neil Gaiman’s Trigger Warning

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After falling in love with Fragile Things and Smoke and Mirrors, Neil Gaiman finally comes up with another equally tantalizing, albeit slightly neurotic short stories to fill my Sunday morning with. Now, there’s nothing more disturbing than the terrifying premise of Babycakes (from Smoke and Mirrors) but Down to the Sunless Sea (page 34) has a similar scenario that you may want to get a barf bag or a tissue… or both. It invokes a disgustingly large amount of grief and disturbing notions of innocence devoured by reality. Brilliantly written and probably one of my favorites in this book. Continue reading “Currently Reading: Neil Gaiman’s Trigger Warning”