Episode 063: Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman

This week Beauty and the Bitch are diving into Neil Gaiman’s CLASSIC “Neverwhere.” Originally adapted as a BBC II Mini-series, Gaiman quickly saw the need to re-write and adapt as a novel alongside the show. (TIPS: The novel is way better).

Mic and Morgan discuss a shared love of Gaiman (and Gay-men), while disecting Neverwhere and who should check it out (EVERYONE REALLY).


Mic just saw Room (he’s late, okay) and thinks EVERYONE SHOULD SEE IT. It’s beautiful, sad, inspiring, and makes you value your life and relationships. He gives this his only 10/10 on his summer watch list!

Morgan want’s to plug the book she got out of a free-library in Atlanta – “The Friday Night Knitting Club”: Sounds……lame? Actually sweet and very good. Family drama, and said to be “Steel Magnolias set in Manhatten”…..so. There’s that.


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Thanks for listening BBs!


Untitled designMorgan Messick is a Pop-Culture fanatic, Podcast Host, Marketing Maven & total #BookBabe living in Austin, TX with her Husband and two dogs  Eleanor & Charles Barkley. She aspires to grow her #TBR pile, do all of the hiking, travel as often as possible and make a joke at every turn. She utilizes laughter and yoga for daily medicine, thinks that Harry Potter is magic for all ages, and truly believes Die Hard is a great Christmas movie (SO DEAL WITH IT.)


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