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From Dick to Nancy, or: The Growth of the Reader in Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman’s work stands out to me in such a powerful way. His great works (American Gods, Anansi Boys, Good Omens, Neverwhere), his children’s books (The Graveyard Book, Coraline), and his shorts (Troll Bridge, The Price) command one thing of you: pay attention. 779 more words

Neverwhere - Neil Gaiman

Neverwhere tells the story of London Below. Interestingly enough I learnt that Neverwhere was originally written as a TV series but changes and exclusions frustrated Gaiman enough to write the book as a way to tell the story as he envisioned it. 438 more words


Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

“Young man,” he said, “understand this: there are two Londons. There’s London Above – that’s where you lived – and then there’s London Below – the Underside – inhabited by the people who fell through the cracks in the world. 256 more words


Roofworld, by Christopher Fowler / ***

A London man with a boring job and average life suddenly finds himself drawn into a side of London that he’s never seen before – a place where those who have dropped out of normal life have set up their own alternate society, where the rules are different, life is dangerous and exciting, and there’s nothing but disdain for the “normal” people. 447 more words

Book Reviews

Book Travelling Thursdays: TBR Book for 2017

Hello and welcome to the first BTT I have done in way too long. Book Traveling Thursdays is a weekly event hosted by Danielle’s Book Blog… 371 more words


Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman - Review

Hello there you japanese balloon bombs. Today I have a pretty short review on a book I recently read, Neverwhere, by Neil Gaiman. There are no huge spoilers in this post. 170 more words


Book Review: Neil Gaiman's 'Neverwhere'

Neil Gaiman has this uncanny ability to take something you thought you knew like the palm of your hand and twist it, distort it from something as mundane and normal as the daily commute into London and warp it into something brand new and utterly phantasmagorical. 628 more words