Friday, May 12, 2017

The Friday 56: American Gods

Grab a book, any book.
Turn to page 56 or 56% in your eReader.
Find any sentence, (or few, just don't spoil it)
Post it.
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Shadow put his knee into Mad Sweeney's chest. "For the second time, are we done fighting?" he asked. - page 56, American Gods by Neil Gaiman

I kept seeing countless advertisement for American Gods on STARZ, so I purchased the re-release paperback at Walmart several weeks ago. Originally, I was going to read the novel prior to the start of the television series, but I didn't start reading it until Monday morning after I had watched the second episodes on STARZ the night before. As I am writing this, I'm currently on page 264 out of 750! It's a long novel!


  1. I've seen this around a lot too. I haven't been able to connect with any of the Neil Gaiman books I've tried though. This week I am reading The Love Interest by Cale Dietrich. Happy reading!

    1. I had read Stardust by the author several years ago and I liked it.

  2. I've heard so many good things about this book and this author! It's time to read it.
    My Friday post features The Secret Wife.

  3. I spotted this while shopping the other day. I didn't cave to the impulse buy. Now I'm kicking myself.

    My Friday 56 from Silver Threads

  4. I have GOT to read this book. Perhaps it will be my first retirement book.
    My Friday Quotes

  5. I LOVED This book, and am liking the show a lot too! Happy weekend!

    1. I'm currently on page 456, and, so far I'm liking the book better than the TV series.

  6. I'm currently watching the series, so yes, I want to read this too, now!

    Thanks for sharing!

    Here's mine:

    Happy Sunday!

  7. One of my favorites! Thanks for sharing! :)

    Lauren @ Always Me


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