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sgt_steve



Joined: 18 Jan 2005
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LadyRavana wrote:
But AG's books make my brain cells happy. Very happy. And Neil Gaiman.
The AG's books make your brain cells Neil Gaiman? That's . . . that's . . .

That's downright disturbing.

Clearly you've come to the right place.

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LadyRavana



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Yep, here, the inmates run the asylum! I like this place.

Mwahahahahahahaha!

And Neil Gaiman is the God of awesome fantasy books. AG, he's the God of awesome funny books.

In the immortal words of Raziel: So it is written, so it shall be done.

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girlEgirl



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pie and neil gaiman , clearly you are a bright young lady. i never read american gods but i loved the anansi boys and found itto be just as insanely well written and enjoyable as the sandman series which i devoured upon discovering them at my local library. ok i didnt really eat them i just read them really really fast.

anyway WELCOME and enjoy!
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TheVeryMerryHempster



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I bought the Anansi Boys, but I haven't read it yet, mainly cause I realized it's a sequel to American Gods and I don't like to read things out of order.

I have Good Omens, though.
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Watching The Wheels



Joined: 22 Dec 2007
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LadyRavana wrote:
Yay, a fellow NG fan! I have yet to collect all of the Sandman comics. I've made it one of my life's goals. (Yes, I know. I'm a sad geek.)

Have you read American Gods? That has to be my favorite book of all time. Very Happy
Collecting the Sandman comics is a great idea! Especially since they came out with the new anthology books. ::drools::


I started reading American Gods this winter, got 200 pages in, but I wasn't really on board like I was with the Anansi Boys or Stardust... And I also had three AG books on my desk I hadn't read, so... my mind was elsewhere. (I blame the cartoon Jody on the cover of Bloodsucking Fiends for distracting me.)

Everyone says it's great, even those Nebula and Hugo award people.... So, I think I need to give it another shot sometime!

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sgt_steve



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The Very Merry Hempster wrote:
I bought the Anansi Boys, but I haven't read it yet, mainly cause I realized it's a sequel to American Gods and I don't like to read things out of order.
Reading them out of order won't spoil anything except for one pretty minor plot element of American Gods.

A number of American Gods fans have expressed some disappointment in Anansi. I suspect I know why they're disappointed, though I can't explain it without spoilers. If you read them out of order, I'll be interesed in your reaction.
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I have Good Omens, though.
That's a good omen.

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leprrkan



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LadyRavana wrote:
...one big bowl of crazy...


Can I just tell you that I have been using (and loving) this phrase all week... thanks for it Very Happy Very Happy
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Goudron



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Gaberloonzie wrote:
bleu wrote:
Ginjg wrote:
If Goudron and Gaberloonzie are unavailable, Bleu, LadyRavana's ACCSS will be up to you


YAAAAY!!!! I'm offically a Diva!!!

The ACCSS is the Ann Coulter Contraband Strip Search Twisted Evil Can't have any of that coming into the compound, dontcha know?

Bwaahahahahahahaha!!!! *Bats big bleu eyes at Gourdon and Gaberloozie...flashes ample cleavage* Can I puuuhlease do the ACCSS?????


Geez, how could I say no to that? Welcome LadyRavena! I'm going to pop the top on me a Guinness and enjoy the show.


How'd I miss that? Pictures?
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