Neil Gaiman

Books by Neil Gaiman

Neil Gaiman is a New York Times bestselling author, and creator of many novels and graphic novels including Neverwhere (1995), Stardust (1999), the Hugo and Nebula Award-winning American Gods (2001), and Good Omens (with Terry Pratchett, 1990). Other works include the Sandman series and the dark fantasy novella Coraline (2002), which was adapted into the 2009 stop-motion film directed by Henry Selick. Gaiman also writes short fiction, screenplays and picture books for young readers.

Interviews with Neil Gaiman

Interviews where books by Neil Gaiman were recommended

The Best Audiobooks of 2020, recommended by Robin Whitten

With most people carrying smartphones these days, entering the world of audiobooks has never been easier. Some are straightforward narrations of a book, but when an audiobook is done well, it can be an extraordinary, all-encompassing experience. Here Robin Whitten, editor of AudioFile magazine—the best resource for finding good quality audiobooks on the web, in our view—talks us through her picks for the best audiobooks of 2020, chosen from the hundreds they’ve reviewed over the course of the year.

The Best Teen Fantasy Books Set in Britain, recommended by Sylvia Bishop

Britain offers rich pickings to writers: wild and windswept locations, peculiar folklore, a treasure trove of odd histories and even odder place names. Taking Britain as a starting point, many fantasy authors have produced stories that are at once wonderfully strange and hauntingly plausible. Our fantasy interviewer Sylvia Bishop picks out her top five fantasy books set in Britain for teen readers.

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