I don’t know what I was expecting from American Gods honestly. I just knew that there was a TV show happening and that I should read the book before diving in to that. That and I wanted to read some more Neil Gaiman. I definitely really liked it and am looking forward to watching the TV show one of these days.
Following Shadow as he tries to navigate this strange world he’s found himself in can be confusing, as Shadow himself is confused 98% of the time because no one will pity the poor man and just Tell Him Whats Going On. He’s just rolling with it for the whole book. I personally loved the “oooh” moments towards the end, where maybe I didn’t exactly figure out what the heck was going on but I did clear out some fuzzy parts of the picture. All the best parts of the book were the ones in Illinois since I’m from there. And if you think the House on the Rock isn’t real, it is and it’s insane. If you get the chance you should go visit.
⭐⭐⭐⭐ stars for American Gods by Neil Gaiman
Three 8 x 12” type C prints of color negatives soaked for four days in toothpaste, mouthwash, lemon juice, vinegar, and sriracha
Myself, Taken by Bayley in May ‘12 (soaked and processed Nov ‘12)
The Abyss, Taken in ?? (soaked and processed Nov ‘12)
Mom, Taken in June ‘12 (soaked and processed Nov ‘12)
Part of Some Fuzzy Pictures, a group show at California Institute of the Arts
A402 Gallery, December 9th-15th, 2012
Johanna Deeb | Mary Hogan | Elena Ring | Willoughby Lucas | Bridget Batch | Giacomo Veronese | Mickey Everett | Lisandra Vazquez | Hannah Bates | Roslyn Cohen | Meghan Gavin | Javier Rosales | Tom Keelan | Dakota Rose Wood |
astrid got kicked out of her apartment so shes goin to live with leo and heidi (her and leo are like best mates ok they grew up together ;-;) on their houseboat until I build her somewhere else to live.
alsooo, her and aerin are no longer a thing anymore bc of reasons
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