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Neil Gaiman: 'I'm Obviously Pissed At Amazon'

Posted at 8:31AM Friday 13 Jun 2014

The novelist, children's author and unofficial publishing industry spokesperson on the future of book culture

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Telegraph: Should British book addicts fear Amazon?




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