Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman
One late night in 1986, Neil Gaiman described to editor Richard Evans a new kind of fantasy fiction built around the concept of a magical city. He pointed to recent novels such as Mark Helprin's Winter's Tale and John Crowley's Little, Big as examples of the emerging genre—works that turned New York into a kind of Narnia with sky- scrapers and noisy tra…
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