Neverwhere



Neverwhere Under The Streets Of London There S A Place Most People Could Never Even Dream Of A City Of Monsters And Saints, Murderers And Angels, Knights In Armour And Pale Girls In Black Velvet This Is The City Of The People Who Have Fallen Between The Cracks.Richard Mayhew, A Young Businessman, Is Going To Find Out Than Enough About This Other London A Single Act Of Kindness Catapults Him Out Of His Workday Existence And Into A World That Is At Once Eerily Familiar And Utterly Bizarre And A Strange Destiny Awaits Him Down Here, Beneath His Native City Neverwhere.

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  • Paperback
  • 370 pages
  • Neverwhere
  • Neil Gaiman
  • English
  • 18 July 2019
  • 0060557818

10 thoughts on “Neverwhere

  1. Steve says:

    I didn t enjoy this book as much as I should have I kept distracting myself with the thought, Why the hell haven t I readof Neil Gaiman s books Then I would have to tell myself to shut up, because I m reading one right now, and I can return to berating myself later.Neil Gaiman really understands fantasy He understands that it isn t elves dancing in a forest and drunk dwarves mining for gold with improbably well maintained beards No, fantasy is a reflection of reality, but ...

  2. Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ Martin says:

    I won this in a Goodreads Firstreads Giveaway Yay Look at these pictures Sorry for the darkness We were in the sunlight but it canceled us out Anyhoo I am in love with the looks of this little book It doesn t have a dust jacket It s one of my fav hardbacks I love them without the dust jackets I have added a picture of the front and back I have also added a picture of just one of the many illustrations through out the book and the inside book flap that isn t really a flap but they made I won this in a Goodreads Firstreads Giveaway Yay Look at these pictures Sorry for the darkness We were in the sunlight but it canceled us out Anyhoo I am in love with the looks of this little book It doesn t have a dust jacket It s one of my fav hardbacks I love them without the dust jackets I have added a picture of the front and back I have also added a picture of just one of the many illustrations through out the book and the inside book flap that isn t really ...

  3. Rick Riordan says:

    Okay, so people have been telling me to read Neil Gaiman for ages They assume I ve read American Gods because the premise is similar to the Percy Jackson series Well, I still haven t read American Gods, but I did pick up Neverwhere in the H...

  4. Nataliya says:

    Neverwhere was my first real introduction to the world of urban fantasy a clever take on Alice in Wonderland, one can say, set in the semi magical, unsubtly dangerous, and quite fantastically warped world of London Below 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 Now you re one of them Good night. Neverwhere is Neverwhere was my first real introduction to the world of urban fantasy a clever take on Alice in Wonderland, one can say, set in the semi magical, unsubtly dangerous, and quite fantastically warped world of London Below 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 Now you re one of th...

  5. Kat Kennedy says:

    I first started reading this book and honestly wanted to just chuck it in the bin I said very mean things about the protagonist under my breath.Surely, I said, a Protagonist means that they are pro and totally into furthering the story Surely, Protagonist is the similar to Proactive and Productive.I was wrong The word Protagonist, in its basic form is not similar to proactive It simply, from the Greek plays, means the principle character or the first speaking character.However, I maintain th I first started reading this book and honestly wanted to just chuck it in the bin I said very mean things about the protagonist under my breath.Surely, I said, a Protagonist means that they are pro and totally into furthering the story Surely, Protagonist is the similar to Proactive and Productive.I was wrong The word Protagonist, in its basic form is not similar to proactive It simply, from the Greek plays, means the principle character or the first speaking character.However, I maintain that the kind of protagonist that most people want to read about is one that actually bloody does something History Language lesson over.Neverwhere is a book that TRIES to be clever and magical In many senses it utterly manages to ...

  6. Petrik says:

    3.5 5 StarsWhether you ve read his book or not, there is a high chance that you have heard of the name Neil Gaiman if you re a reader and most people probably loved his works Let s just say I finally knew why I knew about him since 2009 from watching the movie Coraline which I loved and turns out it was based on a book written by him and that movie shocked the crap out of me cause it so imaginative and scary at times, I thought it would be a family movie Fast forward 8 years later and here I 3.5 5 StarsWhether you ve read his book or not, there is a high chance that you have heard of the name Neil Gaiman if you re a reader and most people probably loved his works Let s just say I finally knew why I knew about him since 2009 from watching the movie Coraline which I loved and turns out it was based on a book written by him and that movie shocked the crap out of me cause it so imaginative and scary at times, I thought it would be a family movie Fast forward 8 years later and here I am finally reading his first solo book This is my first try at reafing Neil Gaiman s work and my first try at the genre Urban Fantasy.The plot in my opinion is good but it s really not something great, it s just there to move the story along which is completely fine for me but I just wish it s somethingspecial considering the praises Neil got This is one of the rare cases where the blurb of the book only gi...

  7. Miranda Reads says:

    Richard Mayhew had a perfectly ordinary life, thank you very much.He had a job that he didn t quite hate, a fairly decent apartment and a lovely fiancee despite what his friends thought One night, he and his fiance stumble upon a broken, bleeding girl The strangest thing His fiance couldn t quite see the girl orlike once she noticed the bleeding girl, his fiance would just as quickly un notice her.Shrugging that off, Richard takes the girl back to his apartment at her insistence a Richard Mayhew had a perfectly ordinary life, thank you very much.He had a job that he didn t quite hate, a fairly decent apartment and a lovely fiancee despite what his friends thought One night, he and his fiance stumble upon a broken, bleeding girl The strangest thing His fiance couldn t quite see the girl orlike once she noticed the bleeding girl, his fiance would just as quickly un notice her.Shrugging that off, Richard takes the girl back to his apartment at her insistence and tends to her wounds She leaves in the company of a marquis for the Under London A few short days later, much to his horror, people start to react to Richard the same way Their glances slide off him, they cannot hold conversations it s like he has di...

  8. Lyn says:

    Neverwhere Upon beginning a review of Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman my first thoughts were to write that even a bad Gaiman novel was better than most other authors best work But this is unfair, Neverwhere is not a bad novel at all Compared to Stardust or Anansi Boys, or especially the masterpiece American Gods, it lacks the epic presence and may even be categorized as one of Gaiman s lesser works What ...

  9. Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽ says:

    Final review After a multilevel process of reading, commenting and then rereading see my various updates below , here is the final summation of all my thoughts and feelings about Neverwhere 4 stars And read the illustrated version Review first posted on Fantasy Literature Neverwhere is a novel that improved dramatically for me on reread, which actually was a surprise to me I originally read it about six years ago when, in an odd twist worthy of London Below, it mysteriously appeared one day Final review After a multilevel process of reading, commenting and then rereading see my various updates below , here is the final summation of all my thoughts and feelings about Neverwhere 4 stars And read the illustrated version Review first poste...

  10. Kevin Ansbro says:

    There are two Londons There s London above and then there s London below This book was recommended to me by genial Goodreads friend, Matthew Quann, whose effusive review sealed the deal.I was initially reticent Having read Gaiman s The Ocean at the End of the Lane, I felt that his writing was a bit young for my own personal tast...

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