Wow. I can't believe I finished this book. I wanted to stop listening to it so many times but I had paid for it and kept hoping it would get better. It did not. There was nothing interesting about the storyline. There was nothing compelling about the characters. It really was horrible. The main narrator was fine but the voices for many other characters, especially the female voices, were horrible. But that wasn't the problem. It was the content that was poor. I wish I could have these hours back. Thank goodness I was jogging while listening so at least it wasn't a total waste of my life.
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A great story. it was an adventure but rather interesting will read again for fun
the variation of voices, each character's voice was just like how I imagined it to be. wonderfully performed by the cast. everyone was a delight to listen to.
this book was made even more exceptional by the voice of the cast. it made the characters pop to life. being able to listen to this book made it more enjoyable, more dramatic, more relatable. the book itself is filled with wonder, mystery, suspense that it kept me right at the edge of my seat. mythological characters are brought to life by an amazing cast and a very good author. if I had 5 thumbs would give it a 5 thumbs up.
American Gods is like having one of those ridiculously strange dreams that, when you're dreaming it, make perfect sense, but as soon as you wake up and recall the details you wonder how on earth your mind could come up with something so weird. I couldn't put my finger on the plot of the book until I was about two thirds of the way through. But maybe that was Neil Gaiman's intention. Regardless, it was a great read and it had a lot of "ah-ha" moments when the dots started connecting. I can't wait to see the TV show presentation. Should be interesting.
Great voice narration performances, actually I'm probably going to listen to it again very soon.