Download Cold Colors epub Author Neil Gaiman

Summary Cold Colors

Cold Colors a poem from Neil Gaiman's collection Angels Visitstions Smoke Mirrors exp. I m not sure what this is really about I feel like this little story is simple to be interpreted the way you like It seems to be a mix of technology and religion mixed and how the world has changed and the character wants it to be simple again It sounds like satan is using the computer technology and the saints did not and so satan is winning Well and somehow pigeons are important I really don t know It was interesting and I don t know anything about what s going on Maybe that is the whole point I feel that way around technology often You should read it and share your interpretations This is in the collection of Smoke and Mirrors

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Cold Colors

Good This free short story also includes a preview of The Ocean at the End of the Lan. This is a very bizarre short story Gaiman imagines a world where technology has grown beyond its station becoming commerce and religion And pigeons play a very interesting part I listened to the audio version narrated by Gaiman himself which was a treat

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Lores the nature of technology and morality in a world where evil is tech savvy than. Mephistopheles and Lucifer have an app for evil Well no Since this short story released by audible as a freebie combined with a preview of The Ocean at the End of the Lane was originally published in 1998 Satan and his gang don t have an app However they do envision technology as a perfect vehicle to deliver evil And the priests are at a loss stumbling around this new operating system


10 thoughts on “Cold Colors

  1. says:

    This was a free download from Audiblego get it The short story was good it was about Hell in a technological universe It was creepy and completely Neil GaimanBut the best part of this free download was a healthy sample of The Ocean at the End of the Lane if you are looking forward to this book this sample is a nice tease

  2. says:

    I'm not sure what this is really about I feel like this little story is simple to be interpreted the way you like It seems to be a mix of technology and religion mixed and how the world has changed and the character wants it to be simple again It sounds like satan is using the computer technology and the saints did not and so satan is winning Well and somehow pigeons are important I really don't know It was interesting and I don

  3. says:

    This is well written but I couldn't tell you a thing that happened

  4. says:

    Oof This did NOT age well I'm sure the devilish technology angle was super fresh in 1990 but there's nothing like a demon trying to trade your soul for five floppy discs to render a short piece ridiculous

  5. says:

    Free Gaiman download and a preview of his next novel ClickI've finished the story which I enjoyed and am now listening to the preview of The Ocean at the End of the Lane I'm very eager to read this but listening to Gaiman read his work is a whole other kind of delight

  6. says:

    Mephistopheles and Lucifer have an app for evil Well no Since this short story released by audible as a freebie combined with a preview of The Ocean at the End of the Lane was originally published in 1998 Satan and his gang don't have an app Ho

  7. says:

    Once again Gaiman's use of beautiful prose strings together a unconventional look at a simple day Characters setting and life itself are all of

  8. says:

    Very interestingly written and well toned I loved the prose and poetic pace I would only have made it a bit longer to better explain maybe the whys of the tale or expand some of the symbolism It's free on Audible so check it out

  9. says:

    This is a very bizarre short story Gaiman imagines a world where technology has grown beyond its station becoming commerce and religio

  10. says:

    Free small audiobook from Audible read by the author himself It also includes an sneak peak at The Ocean at the End of the Lane This short story is one of my favourites from Smoke Mirrors It always makes me wish that it was a novel instead of a short story