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- American Gods
- Statement of responsibility
- Neil Gaiman
- trueGods and goddesses, Norse
- trueContemporary fantasy
- trueMythological fiction
- trueComics and Graphic novels
- trueBooks to TV
- trueGods and goddesses
- trueFormer convicts
- trueSpiritual warfare
- trueImaginary wars and battles
- trueNational characteristics, American
- trueMythical creatures
- trueFantasy comics
- The bestselling author of Neverwhere returns with his biggest, most commercial novel yet—a tour de force of contemporary fictionA master of inventive fiction, Neil Gaiman delves into the murky depths where reality and imagination meet. Now in American Gods, he works his literary magic to extraordinary results. Shadow dreamed of nothing but leaving prison and starting a new life. But the day before his release, his wife and best friend are killed in an accident. On the plane home to the funeral, he meets Mr. Wednesday—a beguiling stranger who seems to know everything about him. A trickster and rogue, Mr. Wednesday offers Shadow a job as his bodyguard. With nowhere left to go, Shadow accepts, and soon learns that his role in Mr. Wednesday's schemes will be far more dangerous and dark than he could have ever imagined. For beneath the placid surface of everyday life a war is being fought —and the prize is the very soul of America
- Bram Stoker Award for Best Novel, 2001.
- Hugo Award for Best Novel, 2002.
- Locus Award for Fantasy Novel, 2002.
- Nebula Award for Best Novel, 2002.
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