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

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 kindnesUnder 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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  1. 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 read of 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 fantastic It isn t an [...]

  2. I won this in a 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 it look like one Now [...]

  3. 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 Heathrow airport and read it on the way back home I enjoyed it a lot Great fantasy, wonderful sense of humor I can understand why Gaiman is so popular I ll have to look up his other books.

  4. 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 one of my all time f [...]

  5. 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 t [...]

  6. 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 [...]

  7. 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 is present, though, is Gaiman s phenomenal writing, his brilliant and original imagination and his [...]

  8. A 80% Very GoodNotes Wherein the hero twice and villain share the same desire view spoiler deliverance from exile to a world they long to return to hide spoiler

  9. 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 on m [...]

  10. The mean guy inside of me is completely against my giving this book a four out of five instead of a three star rating, but the good guy casual reader wins out Hey C mon, give me a break This is Neil Gaiman He s not one of Stephen King s favorites for nothing Incredibly short, seemingly dippy sentences make up this whimsical phantasmagoria Hollywood script graphic novel than novel outright Gaiman mixes and mashes myths monsters all for this tight, devious yarn It must be said that the constant n [...]

  11. 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 or like 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 h [...]

  12. There are two Londons There s London above and then there s London below This book was recommended to me by genial 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 taste and decided that, though delightful, his books weren t for this beyond middle aged sourpuss.Despite my misgivings, I dived in and was immediately beguiled the story returning me [...]

  13. Dear Book,Why did you get over so soon Why did you get over at all I could have spent many hours exploring those underground tunnels in the company of those wonderful people, and reveling in the amazing things that some of them especially marquis de Carabas had to say.I could have spent many days reading and re reading those delightfully formed sentences, laughing at the intelligent absurdity of it even when not so scary villains were doing not so pretty things.I could have spent many rainy S [...]

  14. Picture Hitch Hiker s Guide to the Galaxy Really good books right Now imagine if someone took the first book and mad libbed characters, settings, monsters, etc, so that you were left with the exact same story except instead of travelling the galaxy with your crazy friend and the most powerful man in the universe, you were travelling in haunted British sewers with a nerd s wet dream of a Xena warrior princess rival and a Gothic princess who can unlock doors sigh I don t think there is much of a c [...]

  15. Beware of Doors Neverwhere reminded me of Alice in Wonderland with a darker setting The lead character is an adult confronting a world that he s never known before The concept of Neverwhere is easily understandable even though the narrative is multi layered and complicated Why not This is exactly an urban fantasy novel without young adult materials, but Gaiman managed to throw some little things that we re so accustomed to, such as London, the lousy villains, the wise hero and MAGIC.There s a po [...]

  16. Richard had noticed that events were cowards they didn t occur singly, but instead they would run in packs and leap out at him all at once.This is a very well written and predictable book by Neil Gaiman.Richard is an office drone.Of course he is.And he s dating a go getting, beautiful woman who doesn t love him for what he is, but sees potential and dreams about the man she can turn him into You know the type Scarlett Johansson from DON JON.And he s miserable, but pretends he s happy because she [...]

  17. 3 of 5 stars to Neil Gaiman s Neverwhere, a fantasy full of quirky characters and commentary on society, published in 1996 This was another book group selection not mine , but by someone who has very good taste in books.I d never read Gaiman before, but he seems to be immensely popular We read it in 2009, many years after it first hit print, but still at the cusp of my interest in fantasy books I think it was too much of a fantasy for me, as I tend to need some rules or boundaries, and I couldn [...]

  18. God damn it when are you going to let me use half star ratings You had enough time to make those hideous green want to read tabs next to every damn book in my newsfeed could you please throw me a bone and stop confining me to full stars I demand half stars, Particularly for this review, because three stars seems unfairly low, and four stars is a bit much Neverwhere is early Gaiman published in 1996 , and it shows You can see him working on the formula that would make American Gods, Anansi Boys, [...]

  19. There are four simple ways for the observant to tell Mr Croup and Mr Vandemar apart first, Mr Vandemar is two and a half heads taller than Mr Croup second, Mr Croup has eyes of a faded china blue, while Mr Vandemar s eyes are brown third, while Mr Vandemar fashioned the rings he wears on his right hand out of the skulls of four ravens, Mr Croup has no obvious jewelery fourth, Mr Croup likes words, while Mr Vandemar is always hungry Also, they look nothing at all alike Mr Croup and Mr Vandemar ar [...]

  20. What a wonderfully whimsical and well written novel.One of my projects for 2017 was to get through a stack of Neil Gaiman books, of which Neverwhere is my fourth and favourite My first ever exposure to Gaiman was during my high school years as I established a bedroom basecamp to read the beautiful, hefty, and leather bound Sandman absolute collections I can remember the feeling of being captured by Morpheus and his family and never quite knowing what type of story Gaiman had in store To this day [...]

  21. Actual Rating 3.5 StarsI ve not read as much of Neil Gaiman s work as I would have liked to by this point in my life, and so I thought I would fix that with one of his stand alone novels Neverwhere follows the story of Richard Mayhew, who after a show of good Samaritanism finds himself accidentally in the world of London Below It s just like London Above a.k.a our world , except for everyone and everything in London Below is probably trying to kill you It s also very dark.There is honestly a lot [...]

  22. Neverwhere is one of those books that answers the what if question about the city in which you live your days, going through your admittedly mundane routines In this case, London What if there was a London Below, a strange world which consists of Underground railways, tunnels, sewers, and sometimes uncannily parallels the London that the average inhabitant thought they knew but didn t, and in a way that seems a lot interesting It s a scary place, not terribly clean and sanitary But it s also a [...]

  23. 7 10 spangly shooting starsA contemporary urban fantasy novel in typical slightly off beat Gaiman style It s mainly a portal fantasy the kind where you go from the everyday world to a special world through some kind of portal, as with Alice in Wonderland, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe The Magician s Nephew, Harry Potter Boxset, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, The Fionavar Tapestry, etc The alternate world the world where Londoners who fall through the cracks go , has the setting and atmospher [...]

  24. 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 What if there is a secret underworld hidden in the dark below the busy, noisy streets of London What if Earl s Court is truly the court of an earl and the name of Angel station derives from a real angel On a fortuitous night Richard Mayhew finds a mysterious young girl wounded in an alley, and it is t [...]

  25. I mean, maybe I am crazy I mean, maybe But if this is all there is, then I don t want to be sane Richard Mayhew is a normal guy with a normal life, until one day he finds a young girl bleeding in the street He lifts her up and takes her home, this Good Samaritan act quickly catapulting himself out of his safe, everyday life in London Above into another world called London Below London Below is located down in the sewers of London and is a dangerous, magical place inhabited by people who have fal [...]

  26. Pure indulgence, the sort of book to tuck in with on a cold wet weekend Again I m trying out a new genre for my 1st shot at urban fantasy I picked this one, it s Gaiman s solo debut A premise that hooked because it made perfect sense to me I mean anyone who s taken a subway alone late at night, who s glanced nervously down the track into a damp tunnel dimly lit by flickering lights would agree if there IS a one way portal to a subterranean world that s where it s most likely to bePlus I ve alway [...]

  27. Neverwhere The Author s Preferred Version read by Neil Gaiman.What can I say The author s narration of this book just made a great thing even greater Listening to this was sublime That is all.

  28. It was a good book I m glad I have read it Gaiman created a fantastic world But for me, something is missing to give it a higher grade And the biggest problem I have with the book is that the characters felt a bit flat I just didn t care much for anyone of them A great book makes you care about the characters, suffer with them all the way, and mourn for them if something happens It just didn t happen with me with this book.

  29. For me this was just the right balance of whimsy and mythological drama A fun urban fantasy refreshingly free of vampires and werewolves There is real elegance how it hooks you in and takes you on a wild ride The heroes are minimally sketched ciphers the readers are invited to project themselves into They take shape mainly from their quests Richard wants to get back his ordinary boring life Door wants to avenge the murder of her family Hunter wants to kill the Great Beast of London They join for [...]

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