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it was amazing
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
it was amazing
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 complete…and you have to just read it,
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