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Lisa Ann Beley,
Lisa inherits an abandoned house from an unknown benefactor. On her first night in the house, after hearing noises, she knocks a hole in the wall and crawls through to discover an inescapable, infinite, labyrinthine "house."
I'm somewhat familiar with Neil Gaiman, his stories lead you somewhere that makes you ever-so uncomfortable but incredibly intrigued. I have listened to some of his poetry and short stories, i've just started reading his books so his style of storytelling is something you need experience with otherwise you end up describing as 'boring'. Its nuanced, its subtle, and its beautiful. I had to put down my computer while watching this in order to pay it more attention; it demands it. Everything seemed so perfectly placed. He is a master at world weaving. The atmosphere reminded me of Pan's Labyrinth, please watch it. This was my first review. I apologise
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