|Date||Wednesday, March 26, 2014|
|Location||Community Room, lower level|
Join us for a discussion of Stardust by Neil Gaiman.
“An old-fashioned fairy tale full of mythic images, magic, and lyrical passages. The town of Wall has one opening, which is guarded day and night. On one side of the stone bulwark is England; on the other, Faerie. Once every nine years, the guard is relaxed so that the villagers can attend a fair held in a nearby meadow. While the bones of the story, the hero, the quest, the maiden are traditional, Gaiman offers a tale that is fresh and original. Though the plot begins with disparate threads, by the end they are all tied together and the picture is complete. The resolution is satisfying and complex, proving that there is more to fairy tales than ‘happily ever after.'” -School Library Journal Review
Teens & up welcome. Mature content may not be appropriate for some younger readers.