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“While this collection features stories already published in Fragile Things, as well as new stories, and a single poem; it is a perfect collection for anyone, of any age, discovering Neil Gaiman for the first time.”
“Stephanie: It is hard, but you've been doing a great job with the stories in Fragile Things, worry not!”
“The Monarch of the Glen, the last short story in Fragile Things has Mr. Wednesday sitting in a diner singing to the tune of “My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean” to Shadow.”
“In his majesty's most gracious gift of Bronte, has been omitted the word Fragile a farm belonging to me.”
“After debating whether to cancel, Sting and his band decided to play one song - the anti-violence number 'Fragile' - and continue if things felt right.”
“The show was scheduled as a two-hour Webcast; however, Sting chose to transmit only one song - his hymn like classic 'Fragile' - after he and his multinational crew learned of the events in New York, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania.”
“The Fragile is an appropriate title, not because of the music, but because of the lyrics.”
“George Daley, a stem-cell scientist at Children's Hospital Boston, recently co-authored a paper comparing the behavior of cells taken from embryos afflicted with a condition called Fragile-X with embryo-like cells reprogrammed from the skin of patients with the disease.”
“In their, Child Wellbeing Study, Princeton University researchers tracked 5,000 single mothers in who are charitably called Fragile Families.”
“But somehow, I managed to wrangle an ARC of Book 3 called Fragile Eternity.”
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