The Sandman: Book of Dreams (), edited by Ed Kramer and Neil Gaiman, is an anthology of short stories based on The Sandman comic book series. Start by marking “The Sandman: Book of Dreams (The Sandman)” as Want to Read: Neil Gaiman (Goodreads Author) (Editor), Older than humankind itself, he inhabits -- along with Destiny, Death, Destruction, Desire, Despair, and Delirium, his Endless sisters and brothers -- the realm of. The Sandman: Book of Dreams [Neil Gaiman, Ed Kramer, Gene Wolfe, Steve Brust, Clive Barker, Tori Amos] on medical-site.info *FREE* shipping on qualifying.
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Customer Reviews of Sandman: Book Of Dreams. Select Parent Grandparent Teacher Kid at heart. Nice guy that he is, Gaiman tells those of us who don't know exactly what a sestina is. Delia Sherman's gorgeous story, "The Witch's Heart," reads like a fairy tale, and is probably closest to something that Gaiman himself would have written.
Nancy A. Clive Barker also contributed an exotic and rather spooky drawing for the frontispiece and, as usual, Dave McKean did another knockout job on the cover.
Due to an unfortunate misunderstanding about contracts and all that other publishing stuff, several stories that were written for the anthology never saw print. Charles de Lint, Jane Yolen, Martha Soukup and Harlan Ellison all have Sandman stories floating around somewhere; I know that de Lint's story was eventually published with his latest collection of stories.
A few other authors, such as Karawynn Long, went ahead and posted their stories on their own Web sites. A little savvy Internet searching will probably turn those up for you. Despite these problems, though, the stories that did make it into the anthology are excellent.
It's a true testament to the power of a story when you can fill almost pages with tributes. The Sandman: Book of Dreams is just that: a powerful tribute to the storytelling genius of Neil Gaiman, who, being the nice guy that he is, would never let it go to his head.
Instead, he just writes more amazing stories.