In the 1990s, Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman was the comic book of choice for the self-described sophisticated reader (and I should know, because I was kind of one of them). Post-modern and progressive, the story of the Dream King paved the way for Gaiman’s career as a celebrated—and bestselling—novelist.
In this episode, I’m sharing a favorite novel by Neil Gaiman, which is also one of his earliest. It is the story of a young Scotsman who moved to London and had his world turned upside down. And it all started when he stopped to help a girl on the sidewalk named Door.
This is Neverwhere, and it might just be your next favorite book.
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