Fans of the best-selling and highly-lauded author Neil Gaiman have two projects to be excited about in the coming months!
First up on the coming-soon calendar: Gaiman's simultaneously creepy and poignant coming of age middle-grade novel The Graveyard Book, the only book to ever win both the Newbery and Carnegie Medals, is being released as a full-cast audiobook! Featuring some of the U.K.'s most talented actors from stage and screen—including BBC's "Sherlock" star Andrew Scott—music by Béla Fleck and a special essay read by Gaiman himself, this is sure to please audiobook lovers.
Listen to an excerpt from the recording here, and find it in stores September 30 from HarperCollins.
A little further on the horizon is a new collection of short stories and verse, Trigger Warning: Short Fictions and Discoveries. Along with a number of previously published pieces, a press release from Morrow promises "a 'Dr. Who' story written for the 50th anniversary of the series in 2013 . . . and a brand-new story exclusive to this anthology." Trigger Warning is slated to hit shelves in February 2015.
What do you say, readers? Excited to get your hands on these upcoming releases?