This one took me a couple of reads to enjoy. The oddball "fantasy" dream that carries on the narrative is very... eh... peculiar, very childish. And it jars terribly with what is happening outside the dream. Which, really, is its whole point.
Honestly, the idea of the Cuckoo was a little too cuckoo for me. Add that to the fact that Barbie was a character you didn't really care about in 'The Doll's House', and I felt you'd pretty disappointed by this.
Gaiman is great, but this volume seems the weakest so far....Continua