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What the community says about Stardust
- "I read this book after seeing the movie a few years ago and neither were very good. I thought I'd get a better understanding of some of the hidden meanings or find more interest in the characters but both were disappointing. I've read other books by this author so I was surprised this was such a flop."
- "There's more to this Adult Fairy Tale than meets the eye. This beloved new classic is a tight little package for the consideration of any jaded or unbelieving adult out there. A fast read, it is pleasurable, readable, crazy with the fusing of real "drama" with that of a New World."
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in What are the best fantasy novels"Stardust is a beautiful novel. The novel spits out fantasy from the moment one lay eye on the text. Neil Gaiman's has managed to create a beautiful world full of fantasy, danger, witches, and the supernatural. The story is a fairytale-like with a hint of darkness. A well-envisioned novel, unique, and worth a read if you're into fantasy novels. ""I'm not a fan of this genre, but I've heard of Stardust and know it's quite popular amongst fans of fantasy. I could be wrong, but I think it was even made into a movie because of it's popularity. It's considered a modern classic in the genre."