I'm reading Interworld, by Neil Gaiman and some other guy. A colaboration. It's interesting. It seems not to have been written by Neil Gaiman much--it's missing the Neil Gaiman prose. It's missing the Neil Gaiman thing where, even though he's introducing crazy-weird stuff that sometimes doesn't initially make ANY sense, it does in the long run all fit into the same odd tapestry. It sort of seems to be a book written by this other guy based on ideas that Neil Gaiman hadn't finished developing yet.
Sort of weird.