American Gods audiobook is a fiction story about the protagonist, Shadow. American Gods audiobook begins with the imprisonment of Shadow for three long years. All he desired was to return to his wife’s welcoming arms and remain out of problems for his entire life. However, only days prior to his intended release, he finds that his wife died in an accident, and his life becomes darker.
In American Gods audiobook, Shadow encounters a man named Mr. Wednesday on the aircraft route home to the cremation. Wednesday provides Shadow a position. And Shadow, who has nothing to lose, agrees. Working for the mysterious Wednesday, however, comes with a cost. Shadow quickly discovers that his part in Wednesday’s plans will be much riskier than he has ever expected. Intertwined in a universe of mysteries, he goes on a crazy road journey where he meets the deadly Czernobog, the mischievous Mr. Nancy, and the gorgeous Easter, all of whom know him more than he does about himself.
In American Gods audiobook free, Shadow will discover that the past doesn’t go, that everyone has secrets, even his late wife, and that the implications are bigger than anybody could have anticipated. A thunderstorm of massive proportions threatened to erupt all across them. Shadow and Wednesday will eventually engulf in a battle as venerable as humankind itself. For beneath the calm surface of daily life, a war is raging, and the prize is America’s very soul.
American Gods audiobook free is a twisted and multicolored journey deeply into mythology and throughout an America that is both strangely familiar and completely unknown. This masterpiece of literary wizardry, brilliantly described, will haunt the readers long beyond the last page
Neil Gaiman wrote American Gods audiobook.
Gaiman, Neil Richard MacKinnon, was born on November 10, 1960. He is an English novelist who has written short stories, books, comics, graphic novels, nonfiction, audio theatre, and screenplays. His work includes the Sandman comic book series and the novels Stardust, American Gods, Coraline, and The Graveyard Book. He has received several honors, notably Hugo, Nebula, and Bram Stoker awards, as well as the Newbery and Carnegie prizes. He is the very first writer to have received both the Newbery and Carnegie medals for the same work, The Graveyard Book published in 2008. The Ocean at the End of the Lane was named Book of the Year in the British National Book Awards in 2013. Thus, he has written several award-winning books which have been able to gage audience.
Gaiman attended many Church of England schools, including East Grinstead’s Fonthill School, Ardingly College from 1970 to 1974, and Croydon’s Whitgift School from 1974 to 1977.
Gaiman has stated that Roger Zelazny was the writer who had the greatest impact on him. His effect can be observed in Gaiman’s writing style and the issues he wrote about. Neil Gaiman takes inspiration for The Truth Is a Cave in the Black Mountains from Otta F Swire’s book about the mythology of the Isle of Skye.
Neil Gaiman is the finest writer of almost twenty books, including Norse Mythology, Neverwhere, and The Graveyard, these are his best-selling novels. Now, He is an Arts Lecturer at Bard College.
The narrators of American Gods audiobook are Ron McLarty, Daniel Oreskes, and full cast.
The length of American Gods audiobook is 19 hours and 39 minutes.
HarperAudio published American Gods audiobook on 06/21/2011.