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They are pursued all the while by the Men in Black, particularly Mr. Town, who blames Shadow for the death of his friends. The New Gods seek to parley with Wednesday, but murder him at the meeting.

This act galvanizes the Old Gods and they rally to face their enemies in battle at Rock City. While retrieving Wednesday's body, Shadow is surprised to discover his old prison cellmate and mentor, Low Key Lyesmith, is working as a driver for the new gods. Shadow is bound by his contract with Wednesday to hold his vigil by re-enacting Odin's time hanging from a " World Tree " while pierced by a spear.

He is visited by Horus , who is mad from living too long as a hawk. Shadow dies and visits the land of the dead, where he is judged by Anubis.

Shadow learns that he is Wednesday's son, conceived as part of the deity's plans. During this time Mr. Town arrives at the World Tree, ordered by Mr. World to cut a branch from the World Tree. Horus finds Easter and convinces her to bring Shadow back to life.

Shadow realizes Mr. They orchestrated Shadow's birth, his meeting of Loki in disguise in prison, and Laura's death. Loki had arranged for Odin's murder so that the battle between the New and Old Gods would serve as a sacrifice to Odin, restoring his power, while Loki would feed on the chaos of the battle.

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Laura chooses to hitchhike to Rock City and meets Mr. Town, who does not realise who she is, and they agree to travel together. During their travels Laura learns who Mr. Town is and, once they arrive at their destination, kills him and takes the branch. She then meets with Loki and manages to stab him with the tree branch which turns into a spear. Shadow arrives at Rock City and confronts Loki, now gravely wounded, and the ghost of Odin, who reveal their plans.

Shadow travels to the site of the battle and explains that both sides have nothing to gain and everything to lose, with Odin and Loki as the only true winners. The United States is a bad place for Gods, Shadow tells them, and he recommends they return home.

The Gods depart, Loki dies and Odin's ghost fades. Laura asks Shadow to take the coin from her and she finally dies. In Iceland, Shadow meets another incarnation of Odin, created by the belief of the original settlers of Iceland and much closer to the Odin of mythology than Wednesday. Shadow accuses Odin of Wednesday's actions, whereupon Odin replies that "He was me, yes. But I am not him. Shadow performs a simple sleight-of-hand coin trick, which delights Odin and who asks for a repeat performance.

Shadow then performs a small piece of real magic, pulling a golden coin from nowhere before walking away from the god and out into the world. The novel's dedication reads "For absent friends — Kathy Acker and Roger Zelazny and all points in between".

The Terry Pratchett novel Small Gods explores a similar origin of deities.

While Gaiman says that he did not read Pratchett's work, he thought they shared a world view due to their same geographic origins and, more importantly, daily phone conversations. He had also sought advice from Pratchett on resolving plot elements of American Gods.

According to Gaiman, American Gods is not based on Diana Wynne Jones 's Eight Days of Luke , "although they bear an odd relationship, like second cousins once removed or something". When working on the structure of a story linking gods and days of the week, he realised that this idea had already been used in Eight Days of Luke.

He abandoned the story, but later used the idea when writing American Gods to depict Wednesday and Shadow meeting on the god's namesake day.

About John James 's novel Votan , Gaiman stated: While Gaiman was writing American Gods , his publishers set up a promotional web site featuring a weblog in which Gaiman described the day-to-day process of writing, revising, publishing, and promoting the novel.

After the novel was published, the web site evolved into a more general Official Neil Gaiman Web Site. As of , [update] Gaiman regularly adds to the weblog, describing his daily life and the writing, revising, publishing, or promoting his current project.

On 28 February , Gaiman announced on his journal that for one month, the complete text of American Gods would be available to the public on his publisher's website. It won the Geffen Award. The tenth anniversary text is identical to the signed and numbered limited edition released in by Hill House Publishers, and to the edition from Headline, Gaiman's publisher in the UK since A full cast audiobook version of the tenth anniversary edition, including the author's preferred text and 12, additional words, released in A comic book series, American Gods: Shadows , was published by Dark Horse Comics starting in March Gaiman described it as 'the cleanest text there has ever been'.

At the end of season 1, Bryan Fuller stepped down as showrunner and was replaced by Jesse Alexander. Fuller and Alexander had previously worked together on Star Trek: Discovery and Hannibal. Nancy Anansi , the spider god of African legend. He had plans for a sequel even while writing the first book. He said he is likely to focus on New Gods in the sequel.

In addition to the planned sequel, Gaiman has written two short story sequels featuring Shadow Moon. It takes place a year later in Derbyshire 's Peak District. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the novel written by Neil Gaiman. For the television adaptation of the novel, see American Gods TV series. Dewey Decimal. Main article: American Gods TV series. Worlds Without End. Retrieved 5 August Is Nothing Sacred? Archived from the original on 9 May Retrieved on 13 June The Independent.

Retrieved 12 August Retrieved 30 November Rain Taxi Online Edition. Rain Taxi, Inc. Retrieved 28 September Retrieved 18 November Neil Gaiman's Journal. Town, who blames Shadow for the death of his friends.

The New Gods seek to parley with Wednesday, but murder him at the meeting. This act galvanizes the Old Gods and they rally to face their enemies in battle at Rock City. While retrieving Wednesday's body, Shadow is surprised to discover his old prison cellmate and mentor, Low Key Lyesmith, is working as a driver for the new gods.

Shadow is bound by his contract with Wednesday to hold his vigil by re-enacting Odin's time hanging from a " World Tree " while pierced by a spear.

He is visited by Horus , who is mad from living too long as a hawk. Shadow dies and visits the land of the dead, where he is judged by Anubis. Shadow learns that he is Wednesday's son, conceived as part of the deity's plans. During this time Mr. Town arrives at the World Tree, ordered by Mr. World to cut a branch from the World Tree. Horus finds Easter and convinces her to bring Shadow back to life.

Shadow realizes Mr. They orchestrated Shadow's birth, his meeting of Loki in disguise in prison, and Laura's death. Loki had arranged for Odin's murder so that the battle between the New and Old Gods would serve as a sacrifice to Odin, restoring his power, while Loki would feed on the chaos of the battle.

Laura chooses to hitchhike to Rock City and meets Mr. Town, who does not realise who she is, and they agree to travel together. During their travels Laura learns who Mr. Town is and, once they arrive at their destination, kills him and takes the branch. She then meets with Loki and manages to stab him with the tree branch which turns into a spear.

Shadow arrives at Rock City and confronts Loki, now gravely wounded, and the ghost of Odin, who reveal their plans. Shadow travels to the site of the battle and explains that both sides have nothing to gain and everything to lose, with Odin and Loki as the only true winners.

The United States is a bad place for Gods, Shadow tells them, and he recommends they return home.

The Gods depart, Loki dies and Odin's ghost fades. Laura asks Shadow to take the coin from her and she finally dies. In Iceland, Shadow meets another incarnation of Odin, created by the belief of the original settlers of Iceland and much closer to the Odin of mythology than Wednesday.

Shadow accuses Odin of Wednesday's actions, whereupon Odin replies that "He was me, yes.

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But I am not him. Shadow performs a simple sleight-of-hand coin trick, which delights Odin and who asks for a repeat performance. Shadow then performs a small piece of real magic, pulling a golden coin from nowhere before walking away from the god and out into the world. Characters[ edit ] Shadow Moon — An ex-convict who becomes the reluctant bodyguard and errand boy of Mr. Laura Moon — Shadow Moon's wife who died in a car crash at the beginning of the novel a few days before Shadow is due to be released from prison.

Chad Mulligan — A kind-hearted chief of police in the town of Lakeside. Old Gods: Mr.

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Wednesday — An aspect of Odin , the Old Norse god of knowledge and wisdom. Czernobog — The Slavic god of darkness, twin brother to Belobog , the god of light. If the chain ever breaks, the hound will devour the world. Nancy — Anansi , a trickster spider god from Ghanaian folklore.

He often makes fun of people for their stupidity, a recurring aspect of his personality in his old stories.

Ibis — Thoth , the Ancient Egyptian god of knowledge and writing. He runs a funeral parlor with Mr. Jacquel in Cairo, Illinois. He often writes short biographies of people who brought folkloric beings with them to America. Jacquel — Anubis , the Ancient Egyptian god of the dead and mummification. He is an expert at preparing bodies for the wake at funerals.Deuses Americanos - Neil Gaiman - Skoob ; 1 abr.

More by Neil Gaiman See more. Jacquel — Anubis , the Ancient Egyptian god of the dead and mummification. Archived from the original on 2 March Influences[ edit ] The novel's dedication reads "For absent friends — Kathy Acker and Roger Zelazny and all points in between".