Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman creates an amazing world that seems utterly plausible. It is a rare fantasy novel that feels completely real – I was halfway through this book when it finally dawned on me that I was, in fact, reading a fantasy novel – something which I seldom do. Gaiman’s prose carries the reader along at a breathless pace and each character he introduces is somehow even more interesting and engaging than the last. The world of fantasy is the one Neil Gaiman is best known for inhabiting, but the bottom line is that he is, without question, a great storyteller.

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