It is one of those books that makes having the demands of life interrupting your "reading" completely annoying! The voices of the cast, the timing, once again perfectly cast and superb. I love that by following through every loose end is tied up at the end.
The performance was really spectacular. Never listened to an audio book with a cast recording and it took a bit to adjust but once I did the characters came alive. Shadow and Wednesday were particularly good.
This was also my first story by Gaiman and I look forward to more.
I absolutely love this novel, how the migration of the gods intertwines with contemporary life. The full cast made it even more interesting.
Buy. This. Now!
Shadow. He's relatable and yet has experiences out of this world.
When Shadow is in the underworld. The way it's written you feel like you're there with him.
It was, but it's really long. I loved it but the story has a lot of details so I had to find the right time to listen to it when I wasn't distracted with anything else. I didn't want to miss a thing.
Hearing the story ready by so many different actors was amazing. I wasn't sure which edition to get at first and I am so glad I got this one. There is a lot of detail you get when "Shadow's voice" responds to something rather then the same narration.
Love reading, especially audio books!
Didn't really get it. Strange story. Maybe it's just me but it didn't make much sense.
Neil Gaiman never fails to capture the whole of my attention, and this full cast brought this special novel even more to life. The many voices were spot on, the story absolutely enthralling, the pacing perfect.
At first I found the narrator's voice to be boring, out of sorts with Gaiman's reality, but as the story wore on, found him to be the one who made the unbelievable palatable.
Every detail, exactly in place for this to be just what it needs to be.
I struggled with this a few times due to all of the metaphors, but those metaphors made this book