by Hobie, September 2, 2009 3:28 PM
Do you ever wonder where gods go when all their worshippers are gone? Neil Gaiman tries to answer that question. Some live quiet lives in the Midwest, some don't remember who they are, and others have plans. Gaiman, as always, has a unique voice and good characters. His villains are scary, his heroes not always heroic, and his other characters are unique. I would recommend this book to anyone. As is true with most of Gaiman's work, American Gods is approachable by any reader, and everyone I've recommend it to has loved it (with the exception of the occasional contrarian or hater).