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Review- Neverwhere

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

Pages: 370     Rating: 4.5/5 stars

“What’s it like being dead? It’s very cold, my friend. Very dark, and very cold.”

Richard Mayhew lives a boring life in London, working at a job that doesn’t seem to interest him and engaged to a woman who isn’t right for him. 317 more words

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Vanishing Point - System Mastery 35

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System Mastery 35 – Vanishing Point

If you’ve read any Neil Gaiman or just been stuck in line at a convention behind steampunk people, you’re all set for Vanishing Point.  83 more words

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Review: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

“Richard wrote a diary entry in his head.

Dear Diary, he began. On Friday I had a job, a fiancée, a home, and a life that made sense. 672 more words

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Gaiman on Writing

Usually, when he is asked about how to become a writer, Neil Gaiman will replay: “Write,” then going into little more detail, explain that you then finish what you have written. 457 more words

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Audiobook Review: Neverwhere (Adaptation), by Neil Gaiman

Title: Neverwhere

Author: Neil Gaiman

Narrators: Christopher Lee, James McAvoy, Natalie Dormer, David Harewood, Sophie Okonedo, Benedict Cumberbatch, Anthony Head

Synopsis: Under the streets of London there’s a place most people could never even dream of. 367 more words

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Neverwhere -- Book Review

Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere is one of those books that seem to inevitably attract more than their share of both fans and detractors. Reading reviews before I bought the book (my first — and likely only — Gaiman read), I found large contingents of readers saying it is a masterpiece, and a smaller group claiming it to be garbage not worth the reading. 666 more words

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BOOK REVIEW: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

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Neverwhere taps into a reader’s imagination and the fantasy that beyond closed doors and locked grates, beyond the prying eyes of common men, lies something magical—not just the mundane sewers and conduits our rational mind tells us exist there. 545 more words

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