Neil Gaiman’s Neverwhere: Looking at Life in a Different Perspective


I am a huge fan of Neil Gaiman’s works. But one book I’ll treasure the most is Neverwhere. Neverwhere is set in London. Whether or not you have been to London, the book would be an interesting read as you get to experience a fictitious back story of the names of the stations in London Underground. And I’m telling you, these are no ordinary stories. They will transport you through dimensions unheard of, and inculcate in you a range of emotions that, sadly, cannot be controlled.

But more than that, the book is somewhat a virus. It will tend to shatter the way you normally look at things, well, homeless persons to be more specific. So, if you’re curious enough, I dare you to take the plunge and read.