Coolbawn House, Co. Wexford. Built in 1840. In Enniscorthy,County Wexford, Ireland by Simon Marsden
In podcast 170 of Notes from Coode street, Neil Gaiman says that while Lafferty is one of the all time greats, some of his novels are impenetrable (not bad, but inward-focused). I've many of his short stories, as well as 'Reefs of Earth' and 'Space Chantey,' and loved all of it. Do you agree with Gaiman -- or would you be willing to recommend some of his novels over others?