American Gods

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  • Paperback
  • 784 pages
  • American Gods
  • Neil Gaiman
  • English
  • 19 January 2017
  • 0062572113

About the Author: Neil Gaiman

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the American Gods book, this is one of the most wanted Neil Gaiman author readers around the world.


American Gods First published in 2001, here is the New York Times bestselling novel that became an instant classic and was hailed by USA Today as a powerful, searing force that makes readers confront what is real and what is not now a TV series from FremantleMedia North America is coming to STARZ with Bryan Fuller and Michael Green as showrunners, and starring Ricky Whittle, Ian McShane, Crispin Glover, Cloris Leachman, and Gillian Anderson.Locked behind bars for three years, Shadow did his time, quietly waiting for the day when he could return to Eagle Point, Indiana A man no longer scared of what tomorrow might bring, all he wanted was to be with Laura, the wife he deeply loved, and start a new life.But just days before his release, Laura and Shadow s best friend are killed in an accident With his life in pieces and nothing to keep him tethered, Shadow accepts a job from a beguiling stranger he meets on the way home, an enigmatic man who calls himself Mr Wednesday A trickster and a rogue, Wednesday seems to know about Shadow than Shadow does himself.Life as Wednesday s bodyguard, driver, and errand boy is far interesting and dangerous than Shadow ever imagined Soon Shadow learns that the past never dies and that beneath the placid surface of everyday life a storm is brewing an epic war for the very soul of America and that he is standing squarely in its path Original, engrossing, and endlessly inventive George R R Martin New Download American Gods by Neil Gaiman For Kindle ePUB or eBook – hillviewbedandbreakfast.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “American Gods

  1. Stacey says:

    In 2003, I walked away from my childhood religion a high control some would say abusive group with a tiny little worldview and a severe superiority complex This was my reality I believed with all my being that the things depicted above were real, and were just over the event horizon Leaving meant losing almost every friend I had ever made since childhood, it created a rift with my still devout family, and quite possibly saved my life Is it any wonder that fiction alternate realities, fa In 2003, I walked away from my childhood religion a high control some would say abusive group with a tiny little worldview and a severe superiority complex This was my reality I believed with all my b...

  2. Megs ♥ says:

    This is a tough review for me to write I m not exactly sure what it is about this book that I don t like I m not sure there even IS something I don t like Since I don t want to just leave you all with the ever popular I m just not that into it , I will try to explain.This book has all the elements of a book I would enjoy The creepiness factor is up there, the writing is brilliant, the main character is a big lug I couldn t help but love Also, I have always been fascinated by mythology, so This is a tough review for me to write I m not exactly sure what it is about this book that I don t like I m not sure there even IS something I don t...

  3. David Monroe says:

    Anybody who tells you that the book is about old and new gods, or about a man named Shadow, or about coin tricks, or about having one s head smashed in for losing a game of checkers, is selling you a line, because those are just details, not the story itself.Much like any Neil Gaiman story, the devil is in the details, and you just have to resolve yourself to coming along for the ride or you ll miss it It s not one story, or two, it s many, and it s all completeand you have to just read it, Anybody who tells you that the book is about old and new gods, or about a man named Shadow, or about coin tricks, or about having one s head smashed in for losing a game of checkers, is selling you a line, because those are just details, not the story itself.Much like any Neil Gaiman story, the devil is in the details, and you just have to resolve yourself to coming along for the ride or you ll miss it It s not one story, or two, it ...

  4. Oceana2602 says:

    Read Gaiman they say I can t believe you ve never read Gaiman You have GOT TO read Gaiman Gaiman is SUCH an important part of popular culture and one of the BEST contemporary writers You HAVE TO READ GAIMAN Well, I ve read Gaiman now.Hi Gaiman Bye Gaiman Let me quoteAmerican Gods is Neil Gaiman s best and most ambitious novel yet, a scary, strange, and hallucinogenic ...

  5. Patrick says:

    Whenever we have a cold snap here in Wisconsin, I find myself thinking about one of my favorite pieces of American Gods I remember reading it back in 2002 or so This was back in the day Back when it was a bit of a secret that Gaiman lived in Wisconsin I read the following section of the book nodding to myself, thinking, Yup, that s exactly what it s like Then I had ...

  6. David Katzman says:

    I find myself shocked at the awards this book has won and the praise heaped upon it How on Gods Earth could a book about Gods walking on the Earth among mortals be so pedestrian Somehow Gaiman managed to turn a potentially cool premise into something boring For those who love this book and I know it ...

  7. Miranda Reads says:

    Gods die And when they truly die they are unmourned and unremembered Ideas aredifficult to kill than people, but they can be killed, in the end. The Old Gods brought over by immigrants Wild, fantastical tales of elephant headed men and trickster spiders Of power and lust Of fear and worship.The New Gods created by the immigrants descendants Gods of money, media and might Newly formed out of the hopes, dreams and desires of a people who ve long since forgotten the Old Gods A Gods die And when they truly die they are unmourned and unremembered Ideas aredifficult to kill than people, but they can be killed, in the end. The Old...

  8. Bill Kerwin says:

    In this unique love letter to the United States, Gaiman manages to celebrate its underground spiritual traditions, glory in the magnificence of its landmarks, landscapes, and bizarre tourist traps, and most important both mourn and venerate its pagan often immigrant gods in decline, battered and diminished though they may be by the shallowness and speed of our technological world The gods are indeed the best part of this very good book degenerate and threadbare, yet still gods, capable of In this unique love letter to the United States, Gaiman manages to celebrate its underground spiritual traditions, glory in the magnificence of its landmarks, landscapes, and bizarre tourist traps, and most important both mourn and venerate its pagan often immigrant gods in decline, battered an...

  9. Matthew says:

    My first thought on this book This is a 2.5 to 3 star book max for me I am pretty sure this will be my last Neil Gaiman book I have tried two others Good Omens The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch and The Ocean at the End of the Lane and one of those was okay Omens and one of them I couldn t stand Ocean.I realize that my feelings on Gaiman and his books are contrary to popular opinion, but they are just not my cup of tea They are slow They seem intentionally odd and My first thought on this book This is a 2.5 to 3 star book max for me I am pretty sure this will be my last Neil Gaiman book I have tried two others Good Omens The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch and The Ocean at the End of the Lane and one of those was okay Omens and one o...

  10. Sean Barrs the Bookdragon says:

    Do you ever read a book and become completely lost in the words and, ultimately, wonder what is actually happening Well, I do So, I go back and read the bits I may not have picked up or accidently skimmed over This allows me to actually understand the book I tried doing that with this, and I quickly realised that I still had no idea what was going on The plot of this felt completely random, drawn out to the point of ridiculousness and the events, themselves, felt incoherent I have no idea Do you ever read a book and become completely lost in the words and, ultimately, wonder what is actually happening Well, I do So, I go back and read the bits I may not have picked up or accidently skimmed over This allows me to actually understand the book I tried doing that with this, and I quickly reali...