Neil Gaiman is a series of 89 books written by 2 authors. Here, you can see them all in order! (plus the year each book was published)
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89 books in this series
Of course! This FAQ covers the complete order of Neil Gaiman's works, from his novels to his fantasy and fiction short stories, and even his graphic novels.
The order, by year of publication, starts with "Good Omens" in 1990, followed by "Neverwhere" in 1996, "Stardust" in 1999, "American Gods" in 2001, "Coraline" in 2002, "Anansi Boys" in 2005, "The Ocean at the End of the Lane" in 2013, and "Norse Mythology" in 2017, among others. That is the basic order of Neil Gaiman's novels, but he's also a prolific author of fantasy and fiction short stories, which can complement your reading of his novels.
Apart from his novels, Neil Gaiman is well-known for his fantasy and fiction short stories and graphic novels. Some of these include the "Sandman" series, illustrated by Craig Russell, the "Graveyard Book" series, and "M is for Magic". He also wrote a short story for the "Mammoth Book of Best New Horror" collection, which is a bit different from his general fiction and fantasy work, but absolutely worth a read.
To find the complete order of Neil Gaiman's works, you should check the published details of each title. This will include information about the year and order of publication. For example, you can look up the title published on Kindle Publication's website, or check out the book covers for the publication year.
If you're interested in Neil Gaiman's fantasy short stories, you should start with "Smoke and Mirrors" from 1998, followed by "Fragile Things" in 2006 and "Trigger Warning" in 2015. These collections feature a mix of fantasy, horror, and real-world tales.
Sure! Neil Gaiman's graphic novels, particularly his "Sandman" series, are a major part of his body of work. The series, illustrated by the talented Craig Russell, follows this order: "Preludes & Nocturnes", "The Doll's House", "Dream Country", "Season of Mists", "A Game of You", "Fables & Reflections", "Brief Lives", "World's End", "The Kindly Ones", and "The Wake".
Neil Gaiman's horror short stories are often collected in volumes. One notable collection is the "Mammoth Book of Best New Horror", which features a story by Gaiman. You can read these stories in any order, but it can be fun to read them in the order of their original publication.
If you want to read all of Neil Gaiman's work, you could start with his novels, follow up with his short story collections, and then move on to his graphic novels with Craig Russell. But remember, the truly important order is to read each title, one after the other, at your own pace, and enjoy!
Absolutely. Craig Russell is a renowned illustrator who has worked extensively with Neil Gaiman, particularly on the "Sandman" series. Their collaborative work includes graphic novel adaptations of some of Gaiman's novels and short stories. These graphic novels, which include "Coraline" and "The Graveyard Book", are a key part of Gaiman's complete body of work.