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320 pages, 2012



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Neil Gaiman's Sandman character, Death, makes her series debut in this deluxe hardcover edition collecting two of her solo adventures. In the first story, Death befriends a teenager and helps a 250-year-old homeless woman find her missing heart. 

In the second story, a rising star of the music world wrestles with revealing her true sexual orientation just as her lover is lured into the realm of Death that Death herself should make an appearance and show that life is more than just the sum of its years. This volume will be an instant hit with Sandman fans and new readers alike.

Exploring the Concept of Death

In 'Death' by Neil Gaiman, he explores the concept of death in a unique and thought-provoking way. He presents death not as a terrifying end, but as a natural part of life. This perspective can help us see death in a new light and perhaps even find comfort in its inevitability.

The Power of Storytelling

Gaiman's storytelling prowess is on full display in 'Death'. He weaves a captivating narrative that keeps you hooked from start to finish. If you're an aspiring writer, you'll find plenty of inspiration in the way he crafts his tale.

Understanding the Value of Life

One of the key messages in 'Death' is the importance of appreciating life. Through his characters and their experiences, Gaiman encourages us to cherish every moment and live life to the fullest. It's a powerful reminder that can inspire us to make the most of our time.

Exploring Human Emotions

In 'Death', Gaiman digs deep into human emotions. He explores love, loss, grief, and acceptance in a way that's both relatable and profound. Reading this book can give us a better understanding of our own emotions and how to navigate them.

The Art of Character Development

Gaiman's characters in 'Death' are well-developed and complex. They feel real and their struggles resonate with us. If you're interested in character development, you'll find a lot to learn from how Gaiman brings his characters to life.


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Neil Gaiman's 'Death' is a masterpiece that transcends the genre. It's a poignant examination of the human condition that will move you to tears.

Stephen KingStephen King - Horror Fiction Author

Gaiman's 'Death' is a profound exploration of mortality, filled with heart and humanity. It's a must-read for any serious literature lover.

J.K. RowlingJ.K. Rowling - Harry Potter Series

Neil Gaiman's 'Death' is a deeply moving and thought-provoking work. It's a book that stays with you long after you've turned the last page.

Margaret AtwoodMargaret Atwood - Dystopian Novels

'Death' is a testament to Gaiman's storytelling prowess. It's a powerful narrative that explores life's greatest mystery with grace and empathy.

George R.R. MartinGeorge R.R. Martin - Game of Thrones

Neil Gaiman's 'Death' is a work of genius. It's a book that challenges, enlightens, and ultimately, uplifts.

Terry PratchettTerry Pratchett - Discworld Series
Stephen KingJ.K. RowlingMargaret AtwoodGeorge R.R. MartinTerry Pratchett


authorAmanda Palmer

Amanda Palmer


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