Today, we’re taking a look at 9 best books written by Neil Gaiman, fiction and non-fiction, for young readers and old.
This middle grade fantasy novel is the story of Coraline, who moves into a new flat with her family. Her new house has fourteen doors, thirteen of which open.
This one follows a man who returns to his home to attend a funeral and events force to remember a dark, unlikely past.
This deeply unsettling fantasy fiction deals with Mr Shadow, whose wife dies mysteriously days before his release from jail.
Neil Gaiman’s wonderful knack for writing horror in an endearing way is evident in this novel, which follows Bod, or Nobody Owens as his real name is.
This is an anthology of Neil Gaiman’s most loved short stories, all in one binding. In these, he deals with his usual subject topics and themes – horror intermingled with fantasy.
Neil Gaiman’s attempt at recreating ancient mythology and making it accessible, enjoyable yet keeping it authentic is immaculate.
The title of this novel refers to a city called London Below that lies buried under London – a city that is full of surprises and magic.
Filled with romance, a genre Neil Gaiman rarely includes in his novels. It follows two lovers – Tristran and Victoria – who are separated by a physical barrier between their cities.
This collection of Neil Gaiman’s short stories offer a piece of his enchanting work that will endure on for years to come.