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Book Review: Neverwhere, by Neil Gaiman

I was recently told by a friend that a book I had written – as yet unpublished – reminded her of Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere. A literary agent also compared elements of the story and characters to those of Gaiman. 1,139 more words

Literature

Neil Gaiman - Neverwhere (1996)

Mr. Croup tumbled, screaming, into the void, clutching a long strip of black material. Mr. Vandemar looked down at the flailing figure of Mr. Croup as it fell away from them.

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Fiction

Neil Gaiman: Fantastic Fantasy Works in Many Formats

I always struggle when asked who my favorite author is since there are so many I enjoy, but always one who comes to mind is Neil Gaiman.  875 more words

Aimee Harris

Neil Gaiman - Neverwhere (1996)

Richard made another entry in his mental diary. Today, he thought, I’ve survived walking the plank, the kiss of death, and a lecture on inflicting pain.

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Fiction

Neil Gaiman - Neverwhere (1996)

The abbot raised his blind head, sniffed the air, and smiled. “The first part of the Ordeal of the Key,” he said, “is the nice cup of tea. Do you take sugar?”

Fiction

Book Review: Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman

This is a strange and wonderful book, set in London above and below ground – and below is a fearful, magical place with links to the London we know but which isn’t altogether recognisable. 153 more words

Book Reviews

Neil Gaiman - Neverwhere (1996)

So the day became one of waiting, which was, he knew, a sin: moments were to be experienced; waiting was a sin against both the time that was still to come and the moments one was currently disregarding.

Fiction