Which of the Neil Gaiman Books Should You Read Next?
There isn’t much Neil Gaiman can’t do with a pen. Need a mythological story that won’t send you to sleep? Neil Gaiman’s Norse Mythology breathes life into characters whose worshipers are mostly deceased. Need a break from Thor and the rest of the MCU’s formulaic-yet-inescapable shenanigans? Let The Sandman in. Want a quicker tour of a different kind of hell? Read “Other People” from the Fragile Things collection of short stories. Prefer fighting bad guys instead of following them? Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader? is a great question and Batman read. Neverwhere satisfies cravings for an original setting.
One thing Neil Gaiman hasn’t authored: entertaining quizzes. That’s where we come in! Give us a glance and we’ll give you the perfect recommendation without spoiling your plot or evening!
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Neil Gaiman books
Neil Gaiman books transverse time and space. Critics and countless readers laud his literally otherworldly abilities. He is considered one of the best horror and comic book writers of all time. Latter efforts earned four-straight Eisner Awards for Best Writer, the most prestigious critical honor in comics.
The Sandman series isn't for kids, but his children's book The Graveyard Book became the first to win Newbery and Carnegie medals. There is a TV or film adaptation of most of his best-known stories, ranging from the Sandman series to Good Omens. Even his short story "How to Talk to Girls at Parties" has been adapted into a movie.