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What the community says about Coraline
- "I read this book when I was in middle-school. We had an assignment where you have to read the entire book and write a 2-4 page essay about it. I can tell you that if your looking for one of the best horror/creepy/spooky books for middle-schoolers then this is one of them and based on the reviews online, people can attest to that as well."
- "Neil Gaiman's Coraline is a book written to send chills down your spine. Picture a girl finding another dimension where her family, and friends , but they have buttons for eyes.Follow her as she tries to save herself and others from this nightmarish dimension"
- "One of the more interesting storylines I've encountered in my fiction reading lately comes from the book Coraline by Neil Gaiman. It's about a little girl who discovers another dimension. Some of Gaiman's stuff is really out there, and this book fits that bill. Great read. "
- "Coraline by Neil Gaiman is a book like none other. It's frightening in it's own way; not like typical horror stories. It's a great book for those who like mystery and suspense without all of the blood and gore."
- "This is a great book, by Newbery Medal winning author Neil Gaiman. It's popular enough to have been made into a major motion picture. A wonderfully scary book. But it is 212 pages long, so it depends on what your definition of a short book is and if that number of pages fits the bill."
- "When I read Coraline, I was unable to stop reading it. It is one of the best non-romance novels I have read in a long time. Neil Gaiman wrote this novel and it is a New York Times #1 best seller and understandably so. I loved this book and I think everyone will love it also."
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- "Coraline is a great book. It is pretty short and an easy read that appeals to people of all ages. It has a great story and a good message. That said, the book is 208 pages, which is slightly over 200. I enjoyed reading it, as did my daughter. It is fun and well-written."
- "I saw the movie Coraline. I thought it was odd but interesting. I picked up the book and was not totally sure what to expect. I started reading it and was impressed by the descriptions of events that take place. It has more than I expected because the movie does not do it justice in my opinion. It is great for young teens or anybody who likes something different."
- "If you're looking for an interesting fantasy book for your child, give Coraline a look. A little girl finds an alternate dimension where her family and friends have buttons for eyes. She then has to use her abilities to save everyone from this alternate world."
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