« When a book is not a book | Main | Finding a book when you don't know the title or author »

February 15, 2010


Peter Betts

I work in an Oxfam bookshop checking potentially valuable books. I always have your website as one of my 'tabs'. It pays to use more than one book-search site, especially as some sites like ABE have their equivalents in France, Germany, etc., and a book often shows up on sale at one of these continental sites on bookfinder.com even when my usual abe (.co.uk) didn't bring it up at all! Using national libraries is also very useful in finding out the possible year of publication of an un-dated book.

Peter R

Well, I certainly know about Bookfinder.com (I'm a seller of second-hand Christian books) but I've never heard of Neil Gaiman. :D


Peter R, He's a Jewish author! Interestingly, I too learned of bookfinder from an English expatriate in the U.S. And I'll never forgive him for the amount of money I've ended up spending here!

Shauna (BookFinder)

Thank you guys so much for the kudos!


Neil Gaiman's The Graveyard Book won the American Library Association's 2008 Newbery Medal for best childrens' literature. The book is a wonderfully written and truly unique fantasy set mostly in England. It is great reading for adults, too!


Neil Richard Gaiman is an English author of science fiction and fantasy short stories and novels, comic books and graphic novels, audio theatre, and films. His notable works include the comic book series The Sandman and novels Stardust, American Gods, Coraline, and The Graveyard Book.

Great writer!!!

The comments to this entry are closed.

  • BookFinder.com

 Subscribe in a feed reader

Add to Google

Subscribe in Bloglines

...or get posts by email.
Enter your email address:

Twitter Updates

    follow me on Twitter