American GodsBook - 2011
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daymakerdave Mar 26, 2011
It's okay... I guess. I don't know why but this book didn't really resonate much with me. It's a good story but Gaiman goes off on all kinds of unrelated tangents throughout the book. I found that he tries to keep story mysterious but kind of just runs in circles and I found it got boring by the ... Read More »
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MERAJ AHMED KHAN thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over
Sexual Content: Contains some sexual content
Coarse Language: There is swearing, but it did not feel excessive.
Violence: Has some scenes depicting violence or the aftermath of violence.
Coarse Language: Used in conjunction with the sexual content at times. Other times swearing is prevalent with R-rated language. But language is carefully controlled to an extent and not used unneedlessly.
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“Hey," said Shadow. "Huginn or Muninn, or whoever you are."
The bird turned, head tipped, suspiciously, on one side, and it stared at him with bright eyes.
"Say 'Nevermore,'" said Shadow.
"Fuck you," said the raven.”
The house smelled musty and damp, and a little sweet, as if it were haunted by the ghosts of long-dead cookies.
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Possibly one of the greatest pieces of modern Literature by a writer who is surely one of he greatest literary treasures of our time. Gaiman weaves a complex and epic tale of Old World deities surviving adapting and warring in the New World, bereft of the believers that brought them there.