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Neil Gaiman’s “Neverwhere” Quotes (25 Quotes)


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  • The boy had the towering arrogance only seen in the greatest of artists and all nine-year-old boys.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • The next morning he boarded the train for the six-hour journey south that would bring him to the strange gothic spires and arches of St. Pancras Station. His mother gave him a small walnut cake that she had made for the journey and a thermos filled with tea; and Richard Mayhew went to London feeling like hell.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • The only advice I can give you is what you're telling yourself. Only, maybe you're too scared to listen.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • For a moment he thought she was about to hit him, which would have been bad, or even start crying, which would have been much, much worse.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • The price of getting what you want is getting what once you wanted.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")


  • He felt her heart beating against his chest. The moment began to transmute, and he wondered if there was something he should do. He wondered if he should kiss her. He wondered if he wanted to kiss her, and he realized that he truly didn't know.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • The thin girl was gulping down one of Richard's bananas in what was, Richard reflected, the least erotic display of banana-eating he had ever seen.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • He tried to listen to the conversations going on at the table and he found that he could no longer concentrate on what anyone was saying and which was worse that he was not interested in any of what he was able to hear.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • The young woman was crying, in the way that grownups cry, keeping it inside as much as they can, and hating it when it still pushes out at the edges, making them ugly and funny-looking on the way.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • I have always felt that violence was the last refuge of the incompetent, and empty threats the last sanctuary of the terminally inept.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • There are four simple ways for the observant to tell Mr. Croup and Mr. Vandemar apart: first, Mr. Vandemar is two and a half heads taller than Mr. Croup; second, Mr. Croup has eyes of a faded china blue, while Mr. Vandemar's eyes are brown; third, while Mr. Vandemar fashioned the rings he wears on his right hand out of the skulls of four ravens, Mr. Croup has no obvious jewelery; fourth, Mr. Croup likes words, while Mr. Vandemar is always hungry. Also, they look nothing at all alike.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • I mean, maybe I am crazy. I mean, maybe. But is this is all there is, then I don't want to be sane.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • There was no moon but the night sky was a riot of crisp and glittering autumn stars. There were streetlights too and lights on buildings and on bridges which looked like earthbound stars and they glimmered repeated as they were reflected with the city in the night water of the Thames. It's fairyland thought Richard.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • I want to go home. Then he mentally underlined the last sentence three times, rewrote it in huge letters in red ink, and circled it before putting a number of exclamation marks next to it in his mental margin.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")

  • When angels go bad they are worse than anyone else. Remember Lucifer used to be an angel.
    (Neil Gaiman, "Neverwhere")


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