Some who are reading this review probably have already watched the movie, but the book and the movie are two completely separate things. The book had more adventure than the movie and ended better, in my opinion. I will give the movie props for being funnier though.
In the book, I enjoyed the way Neil Gaiman switched points of views throughout the story. I liked reading the witch’s perspective and getting into her thoughts because, personally, I haven’t read many books like that.
I give Stardust 5 daggers out of 5. I felt that all the loose ends from the beginning of the book got tied into perfectly neat bows.
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Well, for once Twyla and I agree on the quality of a book. That's interesting.
Anyhow, I adored Stardust. Neil Gaiman is masterful in his storytelling and the world that he created in this book was simply marvellous. Somehow, he managed to make the entire book heartbreaking within the very last paragraph.
I give the book five daggers (of five) worthy of cutting out the heart of a star.
Read on....Avery Trelaine
Oh my! Total consensus! Whatever shall we do?
I think that this unprecedented event comes on account of the fact that Stardust is indisputably, fantastically amazing. To take a cue from the Uglies trilogy, it is happy-making.
Stardust managed to make me extraordinarily happy and then completely rip my heart out. How, you ask? Do not ask. Read.
Also, I need to see the movie. I'm told that there's a cross-dressing Robert De Niro.
Five of five, but of course.
Happily, sadly, starrily, wonderingly, agreeingly yours,