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    Anansi Boys by Neil Gaiman

    I liked this book more than the first one " American God's ". For some reason I enjoyed the characters more. It's a good read !
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    Neil Gaiman is fantastic, as always.

    Neil Gaiman gives us another fantastic novel in a world with the perfect balance of reality and fantasy, and phrases he must have turned on a lathe. A pleasure to read, and a great distraction from life even after I finished.
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    Synchronicity and coincidence in real life.

    First read Neil's work as a co-author with Larry Niven in an extended series of the Ringworld universe. And unknowingly, years ago, as a co-author to Terry Pratchett in Good Omens. I decided to give him a spin on his own and was introduced to a weird, wonderful mind in The Anansi Boys Strangely, mid-book, I was backstage at a play, waiting for my entrance, discussing favorite authors with another actor. We covered Niven, PG Wodehouse and then she blurted out Neil G's name under her Science Fiction list. Having finished the book, I eagerly anticipate my next foray into his imagination.
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    Read it!

    This is kind of a sequel to American Gods, but you can read it perfectly fine on its own. It contains the typical Neil Gaiman characters within a typical Neil Gaiman version of our world and other worlds which makes it, as always, unpredictable to say what will happen next or how it might end.
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    Anansi Boys

    Another great book by Neil Gaiman. A slow start builds up to a great "road trip" full of lifelike, human characters, especially those that are supposed to be something else. Highly recommended!
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