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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 cracksRichard 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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    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 laterNeil 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 alternate reality but reality through the lens of imagination and possibly some mind altering substances Not only does he capture the essence of fantasy perfectly but he does so with the trickiness and charming language that seems to be uniquely in the realm of British humorists He rarely describes anything in a completely straightforward manner instead choosing to almost fool the reader into visualizing his delightful or when appropriate very undelightful characters and events I couldn't help but to be completely charmed by and immersed into London Below right up until the point when some jackass started to wonder Why the hell haven't I read of Neil Gaiman's books?So a few years later and a lot of people seem to like this review still I've decided to abuse the popularity of this review to attempt to steer fans of Neverwhere towards a few other books that I think they will enjoy Despite the theme of the review being Read Neil Gaiman the books listed below are actually by different authors since I think I've already made it clear that you should read Neil Gaiman So aside from all of those here are a few other recommendations1 Bridge of Birds by Barry Hughart An epic hilarious mythological adventure2Wool by Hugh Howey A pretty dark and serious tale of people living underground on a ruined world3 The Baroque Cycle by Neal Stephenson A globetrotting adventure set among a lovingly researched historical backdrop 4 Little Brother by Cory Doctorow A nerd finds himself suddenly and unexpectedly being stalked by his own government and doesn't think it's so cool