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Not only did I love this story, but I love Neil Gaiman's writing style.
My only complaint is that the plot seemed to lack momentum at times and he didn't really delve into the minds of the characters very much.
Neverwhere is a great story: well written, believable characters, and a very good storyline with many good twists and turns in the plot.
My favorite of all of Neil Gaimans' books that I've read, to date. Although, American Gods (especially the Preferred Text edition), Anansi Boys, & Good Omens w/ Terry Pratchett... Read morePublished 20 hours ago by FormanRico87
What happened here? I have come to rely on Neil Gaiman for sturdy, somewhat featherlight yet dark reads with decent writing and cool creativity. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Goldie
I decided to read this since I really like the movies Coraline and Stardust, which Neil Gaiman wrote. This book did not disappoint. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Susan H
My favorite Neil Gaiman story. I keep reading others, hoping to find this magic again, and they just keep falling short. I hope Gaiman revisits this world one day.Published 7 days ago by Arduinna
This was purchased for a long road trip. I've always enjoyed this story. Having a version with so many members of the BBC acting it out like an old radio show. Brilliant.Published 8 days ago by A-bomb
Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman, 248 pages. Four stars. The two bad guys in Gaiman’s fantasy novel are very bad, so bad that they nearly take over the novel with their presence. Mr. Read morePublished 13 days ago by W. J. TAYLOR