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"The Ocean at the End of the Lane" by Neil Gaiman

I adore Neil Gaiman. I hadn’t read any of his books until early last year, and still haven’t read many of them, but every one I have read has been everything I’d hoped it would be. 430 more words

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Book Review: Neverwhere

What do a salaryman, a noble lady, and a swashbuckling trader-of-favors all have in common? Turns out, not much, but that doesn’t stop them from banding together to solve a crime in the world hiding underneath London’s streets. 139 more words

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Review: How the Marquis Got His Coat Back

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How the Marquis Got His Coat Back is Neil Gaiman’s short sequel to Neverwhere. It brings back the much loved Marquis de Carabas and all his terrific eccentricities. 150 more words

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Starting this venture...

Part 1 – BOOK FEELINGS: So these were first offenders on my list, I will review them in turn but first a bit of background. One of my good friends left work in September, and as we share a love of books and often talked through plots and characters, I decided the best leaving present was obviously ‘The Eyre Affair’ by Jasper Fforde. 472 more words

Book-Feelings

Neverwhere

Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman was originally published in 1996, made into a TV series the same year, dramatized for radio by Dirk Maggs in March 2015, and re-published in July 2015 with Gaiman’s preferred text, as well as a new introduction and the short story “How the Marquis Got His Coat Back.” This is a review about the originally 1996 edition. 916 more words
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Neverwhere book review

by Neil Gaiman (1996) 

I’ve never read anything by Neil Gaiman before but I have seen some TV/film that he has written for and enjoyed it, so I gave Fragile Things a go which is a collection of his short stories. 1,012 more words

Book Review

A book is a door.

A book is a door,
To a room you’ve not seen,
And inside there are people,
From another mind’s dream,
Their subjective appearance,
Is a thing of great wonder, 140 more words