Gaiman's American Gods

Margaret Elizabeth Parks mep3 at
Tue Oct 9 20:26:33 EDT 2001

Oh. . . I found Stardust a bit disappointing.  Underdeveloped, I think.  I
liked it but I didn't find it special in any great way.
I've got Neverwhere on my bookshelf--I'm hoping I'll like that better.

lizzie, always prolific at 1:32 am. . . too bad I can't seem to turn my
attentions toward martyrdom in Chile. . . .

On Wed, 10 Oct 2001, christian nutt wrote:

> >From: Robyn Starkey <rohina at>
> >I am back on the list again, although the observant may note my email
> >address now originates in a different country. Anyway... I just finished
> >reading American Gods by Neil Gaiman, and I enjoyed it immensely, and it
> >certainly seems to me to be a book to appeal to DWJ fans. Anybody else out
> >there read it? I don't want to go into details too soon, because I know it
> >is a fairly new book.
> i read american gods right when it came out, maybe 2 months ago at this 
> point. i really like it. however, i would say that the neil gaiman book that 
> would appeal most to DWJ fans might be stardust.. not that they wouldn't 
> like AG, but i think stardust is a little more "similiar" to DWJ's work in a 
> number of ways. AG was nice because gaiman did something fairly original, 
> although if you're a fan of his other work it isn't exactly a stretch. i 
> particularly like the main character. he was very fresh and interesting and 
> well-portrayed. a good book.
> [ christian nutt - ferricide at ]
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