I thought I remembered something on the blog within the last year that Neil had jokingly posted- something that went through all of his major works (Sandman, Stardust, Neverwhere, American Gods, Coraline, etc.) and humorously pointed out how all of them had basically the same outline: the main character is a normal guy/girl until they realize that reality isn't what they thought it was... The only problem is that I can;t find it anywhere on the blog. I've searched it using every search term I can think of. Maybe Neil hyper-linked it in so it's not showing up, but it's driving me crazy! Does anyone remember the article? Can you help me find it??? Thanks!
I don't I'm afraid. But why don't you try asking Neil? Either wait until he's answering a load of questions on Twitter, or ask him on here - there's a link for you to do that somewhere or other. You'll find it!
Those who believe in telekinetics, raise my hand.
I don't remember neither. Hope you can find the answer.
No pains, no gains.
Taken from above link:
CORALINE: Misfit discovers she is special person in a secret world just beside our own.
NEVERWHERE: Misfit discovers he is special person in secret world just beside our own.
STARDUST: Misfit discovers he is special person in secret world just beside our own.
MIRRORMASK: Misfit discovers she is special person in secret world just beside our own.
THE GRAVEYARD BOOK: Misfit discovers he is special person in a secret world just beside our own.
Pretty easy to add on American Gods, Books of Magic, Interworld, etc to this list.
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