Neverwhere

Neverwhere

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Book - 2005
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Richard Mayhew's life is forever changed after he rescues a young girl named Door and finds himself living in a city of monsters, saints, murderers, and angels, and he must help Door on her mission to save this strange underworld kingdom from destruction.
Publisher: London : Review/Headline Book Pub., 2005.
Branch Call Number: FANTASY
Characteristics: 372 p. ;,20 cm.

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Taking place mostly in a magical, unseen version of the London Underground, 'Neverwhere' is about at Urban as Fantasy can get. When Richard Mayhew stops to save a wounded homeless girl on the streets of London, that single act of kindness catapults him out of his pleasant, ordinary life and into ... Read More »

The brilliant storyteller Neil Gaiman brings you a funny and charming urban fantasy that will have you looking at cities in a new way. Richard Mayhew is an ordinary man with an ordinary life. He has a job, a fiancée, and a home. But when he discovers an injured girl – Door - and helps her, he bec... Read More »


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