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Richard Mayhew is a young man with a good heart and an ordinarylife, which is changed forever when he stops to help a girl he finds bleeding on a London sidewalk. His small act of kindness propels him into a world he never dreamed existed. There are people who fall through the cracks, and Richar...

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  • Author: Neil Gaiman
  • Publish Date: 2003-09-02
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    Best Stand Alone Fantasy Books(Ranked 20 out of 78)

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    Best Urban Fantasy Books(Ranked 7 out of 111)

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    Best Fantasy Books for Women(Ranked 39 out of 112)

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    Jon Snow's Top 10 Stand Alones(Ranked 2 out of 10)

    Haven't read that many stand-alones. They are mostly sci-fi and most fantasy books I read are part of a larger series.

    Jon Snow's Top 20(Ranked 8 out of 20)

    Hard to choose and order a Top 20. Definitely the Top 12 could change at any given day

    Alternate World Fantasy Books(Ranked 4 out of 28)

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    Dark Fantasy Books(Ranked 10 out of 76)

    Atmospheric fantasy that may or may not have Gothic elements. Dark Fantasy can include some creepy, crawly and spine tingling things -- the influence of the "horror" genre. Generally the settings is ...

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    Urban Fantasy Books(Ranked 5 out of 82)

    Urban Fantasy Books -- books that take place in the modern world but have some underlying hidden "magical" world superimposed upon the normal world.

    Roots of Urban Fantasy(Ranked 8 out of 24)

    Where did all the vampires and werewolves come from before they stalked into our bookstores and demanded their own section? UF may have started with Apuleius or maybe with Dickens and Stoker, but it r...

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    Crossworlds Fantasy Books(Ranked 4 out of 32)

    A subgenre of fantasy where the protaganist from 'the real world' finds some means either intentionally or accidentally to cross into another world, one that usually has fantastical elements (magic, m...

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