Enjoyed it, overall production and story were good though not as good as some of Gaiman's stories IMO. Seemed more of a children's book. Could have been my mood, have listened to several of Gaiman's tales lately, my favorites being Anansi Boys and American Gods. Disliked musical interludes between chapters but was a small matter. Overall, would still recommend to fans of Neil Gaiman.
Great story, felt like a modern version of Alice in Wonderland mixed with the Wizard of Oz. performance was great, but I get the feeling it's more engaging as a read vs. listen as there were times the descriptions be scenes kind of droned on. Would definitely recommend to others!
Gaiman's take on life and magic in London's underground. No elves, plenty of rats. Time lost people. London fog remembered by the London under world. Enjoy the dark parody of London as seen by a hapless office worker trying to get back the his safe life.
Loved the story, and the narration was great fun to listen to. The drums at the new chapters were weird. I thought some synth sounds would have fit better. But that didn't affect the quality overall. Bravo!
I always get taken in when the author narrates and am always disappointed (except with non fiction).
Also, a somewhat formulaic book with few surprises. Good, but not Gaiman's best. His own fault for giving us and himself such high standard to compare to.
I always enjoy reading (being read) Neil Gaiman. His imagination sucks me into the story and I have trouble putting the book down to live my life, I am just too wrapped up in the characters.