This was a fascinating story about what it’s like to live and die nearly 10,000 times. Milo has had 9,995 times to get it right and “achieve wisdom and become One with Everything.” But he just can’t get it right because he’s in love with Death, or as he calls her, Suzie.

This is more than just a love story, it’s a story about the spirituality and obsession told through Milo’s journey through historical, sci-fi and fantastic worlds. In one chapter he’s Buddha, in another he’s an insect, in yet another he’s in a futuristic world where he’s wrongly imprisoned and tortured. It’s a wildly creative and unusual story that’s sure to be enjoyed by Neil Gaiman fans.