It is no secret that I’m a fan of Neil Gaiman and his writing. I’ve had a hardback copy of his newest book, The Ocean at the End of the Lane, on order from Porter Square Books since Gaiman endorsed the indie bookstore with signed copies. You can take into consideration that it will join other signed copies of his books on my bookshelf. But do not let my fondness unfairly shade this review as Gaiman’s newest book is worth opening its pages and falling into them head first. Touted as a fairy tale for adults, The Ocean at the End of the Lane is a masterful frame story that challenges what memory is and how it plays in our lives. Framed with the return…