I'm an avid audiobook addict, the down side of this condition is that after a time all the gems have been heard and we move on to random choices hoping for the best, usually get mediocre. But this book is a gem, the narration is excellent. I was expecting little, an author famous for comics, i thought though talented beyond question, could not maintain the conhesion needed for a novel of this magnitude. But he pulls it off with grace and style, this book brings much to the table, a look at gods in a way that makes them characters, a look at the world through a slightly cracked glass. A beatiful book, i will look forward to more from "Mr. Sandman"
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