Review: 'The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains,' by Neil Gaiman

  • Updated: July 5, 2014 - 2:00 PM

Neil Gaiman’s latest book is set in Scotland, a powerful tale about greed, desire, revenge and evil, set on the Isle of Skye. It is a fairy tale, of sorts, told by an old man looking back on a time years before when he set out for the Black Mountains, where he had heard there was a cave filled with gold. He hires a guide, Calum MacInnes, to take him there, and the journey begins.

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