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Neil Gaiman Reads His Book ‘Instructions’

Neil Gaiman reads from his children’s book Instructions over images of Charles Vess’s wonderful art.

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2 Comments on Neil Gaiman Reads His Book ‘Instructions’

  1. I wish authors would take some speech coaching before doing this kind of thing/reading extracts from their books at book signings e.t.c. I have been to a number of these events and have never been that impressed by the readings given.

    This just sounds dull, and I very much doubt that I would find it so if I read it myself.

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    I’ve listened to almost all of Gaiman’s books on audio, read by Gaiman, and he is a wonderful narrator.

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