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Book review: Neil Gaiman - Neverwhere

Richard Mayhew lives a well organised, boring life in London and doesn’t reflect much on his situation. All this changes when he decides to help a girl he finds bleeding in the street one night. 631 more words

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Visit Guardian’s Neverwhere BookBench

The 51st BookBench depicting Neil Gaiman’s story Neverwhere is now available to visit.

In July, Guardian readers were asked to vote for which book or character should be celebrated as a new BookBench sculpture for the National Literacy Trust, and Gaiman’s… 72 more words

Books/Literature

Book Review: Neverwhere

I mentioned last week that I’ve been on a Neil Gaiman kick didn’t I? Neverwhere is his novelisation of a television series he wrote in the mid-90s. 374 more words

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Anglophiles Anonymous: James McAvoy, Natalie Dormer, Benedict Cumberbatch, Anthony Head Star in BBC Radio Adaptation of Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere

As far as I can tell, there are only two types of people in the world: people  who love Neil Gaiman, and people who don’t know they love Neil Gaiman. 99 more words

Anglophiles Anonymous

To Whom It May Concern

To whom it may concern

This is not my confession, not my white-flag

If ever nothing gets through to you

I’m not worry this will… 100 more words

Some books I love ... #10

 

Prior to reading Neverwhere I am ashamed to say I was a Neil Gaiman virgin. It’s not that I didn’t want to read anything by him, it’s just that I didn’t get round to it until now. 510 more words

Fiction

Word Stacks: Binging Neil Gaiman

Neverwhere was my gateway drug to Neil Gaiman. I liked his style and voice immediately. I appreciated that he didn’t take himself too seriously, but clearly was serious about building the worlds within worlds that characterize many of his books. 370 more words

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