|Published by the BBC, the British edition of the novel was released Fall 1996 to coincide with the airing of the television series on BBC2. It contains a second prologue that was cut from the North American edition of the novel, and assumes its readers have a passing familiarity with London. It uses words like 'wanker' which most Americans would not understand.
|Published by Avon Books in the summer of 1997, marketed as Gaiman's solo debut novel. It contains some scenes that were cut from the UK edition of the novel, and assumes its readers have no familiarity with either London or England, and changes "colour" to "color" and so on.
Available as an audio book read by Gary Bakewell