I'm glad I found this dramatized version of the book as I had tried to read the hard copy of this book twice before and just couldn't get into it. I really wanted to experience it though as it seemed as though it should be right up my alley. I enjoyed the dramatization and although overall it turned out that this book really wasn't as good as I hoped and I didn't get it, I still think that listening to it was time well spent.
Meh! I simply felt that this book was a lot about nothing. So much lead to so little, the story never delivered, it felt like lots of short stories and ideas cobbled together with no real resolution.
Yes because I think it presented the book in the best way possible. I feel as though I got the best out of it and never would have got through the book.
This book had all the right ingredients for me, I should have loved it, but the weird pace and broken bits and pieces of story telling and ideas really didn't work for me. I don't get it.
Very entertaining and different from my usual sci-fi/fantasy reads. While not a story you have to consume before you do anything else, it did keep my attention from beginning to end. I would recommend this book.
This audiobook was amazing all around. The writing draws you in fast and the narration and full cast production keeps you coming back any chance you can get. A fun work I'd be happy to listen to again.
Gaiman's tale of disenfranchised gods was great. There are some characters who you think will factor more prominently in the story only to never hear from them again, and that can be disappointing. He holds it all together well though. At times it feels as much a travel memoir as a novel, and that is actually a good thing; it makes the locations more vivid and real. Highly recommended.
this book was a little weird but mostly wonderful. It Was Written beautifully and the ensemble cast was amazing. It kept my interest throughout the whole book and I loved it!