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What the community says about Neverwhere
- "I absolutely LOVE Neil Gaiman books & this one is at the very top of my list! He writes like no other & Amazon is the perfect place to go when wanting to buy new or used or just wanting more info about his books or author info. I highly suggest checking out this author if you haven't already!!"
- "My absolute favorite novel of all time! If you've never read Neil Gaiman, consider this your gateway book. The juxtaposition of the story with London Above is jarring and so true, even if it's a fairy tale of sorts. I also highly highly recommend the audio version from the BBC, but only once you're read it for yourself of course! "
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- "This book is classic. When I recently saw Neil guest on The Big Bang Theory, I was reminded I hadn't read Neverwhere in awhile. I actually own the rather shoddy television miniseries adaption on VHS. It doesn't hold a candle to the book, which I always devour in a single sitting."
- "This is a good read for anyone with an INFP personality, as it discusses a lot of morality and goes into great detail in developing the characters. There is a lot to digest here, and is a book you may even want to read more than once, in order to fully engross yourself in the world! The writing is quite surreal, but everything seems rooting in the familiar, leading to an interesting and vibrant world."
- "Although Neil Gaiman is a good author, I wanted something a little more dark humor. Gaiman is the ultimate "what if" storyteller and in this book he takes the familiar "down the rabbit hole" trope and puts it in London. It's dark and poignant, even, but humor doesn't come to mind. "
- "I've never been a huge fan of Neil Gaiman's non graphic novels. This book has changed my mind a bit. Urban fantasy is so difficult to write because you have to let the rules make some semblance of sense with our world while introducing all new magicks. What a great read."
- "I really enjoy this book! Neverwhere, well, its the kind you want to read again and again. There is so much realism in it that you cannot help to be captivated by the story and the graphics and drawings are true works of art that help immerse you that much more in the story. Its an almost believable tale of fiction and fantasy and one of the best that I have read in a long time!"
- "I've always been a fan of the gaslamp fantasy setting. Neverwhere A Novel, falls into that category which is why I picked it up. Gotta say this is a really good read from beginning to end. I know i'm reading a good book when I have trouble putting ti down and this was one of them. I ended up reading the entire thing over the week. Certainly checking more of the authors work."