Neil Gaiman is an English author of short fiction, novels, comic books, graphic novels, nonfiction, audio theatre, and films. Wikipedia
Source: Neil Gaiman mentioned this book on "The Tim Ferriss Show" podcast.
Source: "The best science fiction novel of the last century. A four volume book about memory and truth." - Neil Gaiman
Source: "Loved it." - Neil Gaiman
Source: "It is such a good book." - Neil Gaiman
Source: "My favourite fairy tale/detective novel/history/fantasy." - Neil Gaiman
Source: "On a distant planet, far in the future, Earth Colonists rule the world as the gods of the Hindu Pantheon. One of their number becomes Buddha to fight them. A mixture of religion and adventure and science fiction." - Neil Gaiman
Source: "Like Jane Austen's huge lost fantasy novel about the return of magic to England." - Neil Gaiman
Source: "She was the best writer of magical children's fiction of our generation. I don't know if this is the best of her novels, but it's my favourite." - Neil Gaiman
Source: "My small son Ash loves them, and when nothing else will soothe him, he will happily listen to/read a Paco book. [...] It makes my life good because it makes his good." - Neil Gaiman
Source: "The best autobiography in comics form ever done, perhaps because that wasn't what he was trying to do." - Neil Gaiman
Source: "A police agent infiltrates the high council of anarchists in this glorious nightmare romp." - Neil Gaiman
Source: "Like a big mad Dickens novel that just keeps going. Real life interviews with the Victorian working poor." - Neil Gaiman
Source: "An immensely powerful writer. This, his second novel, is about a man who wakes up after a bad night with horns pushing out of his forehead." - Neil Gaiman
Source: Richard Branson recommended this book on his "70 must-read books" blog post.
Source: "When I was young, my mom read those books to me before I could even read, and so I went through the trilogy." - Laird Hamilton