It's a close call, but my favorite Neil Gaiman book is probably Neverwhere. Coraline is second. I love the way Gaiman plays with words - I swear, it's like he paints them on the page.
Good Omens is being made into a mini-series, too, I believe, but I don't know for who. And I think Pratchett is a little more involved than Gaiman is.R. Reed said:American Gods is reportedly being made into an HBO series.
I just got this via Fragile Things on my Kindle recently and I must say, I agree. I even read it out loud to my husband on a car trip right after I'd read it to myself. I said to him, "A Sherlock Holmes/Lovecraft cross...you wouldn't think it was possible!" But then, Mr. Gaiman is brilliantbackthatelfup said:While it's a short story and not a book, 'A Study in Emerald' is brilliant and one of my favorite Gaiman reads. A Sherlock Holmes/Lovecraft mashup? Lovely.
You can also have him read it to you on video (for free) and pretend he's your Dad reading you a bedtime story. http://mousecircus.com/videotour.aspxRachelAstor said:I adore The Graveyard Book. If you haven't 'read' it on audiobook yet, I highly recommend doing it, it's read by Mr. Gaiman himself and is wonderful.