|Submitted by Sean N |
(Jun 19, 2013)
For those looking for a sequel to the modern cult classic American Gods, as I was, this is not it. The story is in the same world, as it follows the lives of \"Mr Nancy\" (A spider God from American Gods) two sons. One happens to be a mischevious God while the other has lived a normal life in London and is not aware he has a brother or that his father and siblings are both Gods. They meet shortly after Mr Nancy dies in the book. The story seems to have alot of funny one-liners and moves on at a casual pace. It is not a bad book by any standards but in comparison to the much better American Gods it falls short. I would of liked it to be a bit more serious and perhaps a little longer.