The Sandman 7 by Neil Gaiman and various artists, Afterword by Peter Straub

The Sandman, Vol. 7: Brief Lives - Neil Gaiman, Vince Locke, Jill Thompson, Peter Straub

This entry in the series was different from the others in that the entire volume was the continuation of one story-the search for the missing member of the Endless-Destruction.

 

We also get to see the final story of Orpheus, Dream's (Morpheus') son. It was a very sad note to end on, or was it? I felt a little bit of hopefulness that perhaps Orpheus was finally reunited with Eurydice after years of suffering.

 

This volume also had a nice afterword from Peter Straub that I enjoyed.

 

I thought this was yet another excellent entry in the series and I'm excited to move on to the next!

 

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