Sooo… It’s been, like, three weeks. Whoops. Things got a little crazy after my medical thing at the end of January. But I’m back with another participation post for Shelf Control!
Shelf Control is a weekly celebration of the unread books languishing on our bookshelves created and hosted by Lisa @ Bookshelf Fantasies. It’s a whole lotta fun, so if you’re interested in participating yourself, click the backlink above.
This week, I’m highlighting one of the books that’s been sitting on my shelf the longest: American Gods by Neil Gaiman.
American Gods by Neil Gaiman
Series: American Gods (Book #1)
Length: 635 pages
Genres: Fantasy, Fiction
Release Date: July 16, 2002
Days before his release from prison, Shadow’s wife, Laura, dies in a mysterious car crash. Numbly, he makes his way back home. On the plane, he encounters the enigmatic Mr Wednesday, who claims to be a refugee from a distant war, a former god and the king of America.
Together they embark on a profoundly strange journey across the heart of the USA, whilst all around them a storm of preternatural and epic proportions threatens to break.
Scary, gripping and deeply unsettling, American Gods takes a long, hard look into the soul of America. You’ll be surprised by what – and who – it finds there…
Why It’s Still Sitting Unread on My Bookshelf
When I Got It: June 2016
Why I Wanted to Read It: I’d heard nothing but good things about it, and I was at a point in my life where I was attempting to read more adult fiction (still hasn’t really happened yet, lol).
Why I Haven’t Read It Yet: I got distracted by a bunch of stuff. I was starting a new job, transitioning to university, and I got some big news about my favorite fictional thing ever that I go gaga over. But yeah, it kinda fell off the wayside and then I lost interest.
Will I Ever Read It?: I don’t know. That’s honestly the only answer I can give now, lol.
What books have you been reading lately? Which ones are languishing unread on your bookshelves?
Thanks for reading and have a great day/night!
See ya ~Mar
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