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    Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere

    by Mike Carey

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    Review of Neil Gaiman's Neverwhere by Mike Carey
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    Through the Rat's hole
    "Neverwhere" is kind of an Alice in Wonderland for adults. Like in AiW, a lot of things don't make sense, purposely so. The main character, a twenty-five-something londoner, Richard Mayhew, gets sucked up into another world, London Below, after he helps a mysterious bleeding girl on the street, Door. Indeed he had become "invisible", lost his job, his wife didn't know him, he had lost his flat, and decided to go in search of Door to set things right - and got to London Below, where things are just plain crazy, frightening, dangerous, and sometimes, plain cool. It's a hard read, because of the nonsense, but it's a cool book.
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    mathildeb
    on February 25, 2012
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