Anansi Boys

by Neil Gaiman | Science Fiction & Fantasy |
ISBN: 0755305094 Global Overview for this book
Registered by lillykai of Ginestas, Languedoc-Roussillon France on 1/9/2010
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5 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by lillykai from Ginestas, Languedoc-Roussillon France on Saturday, January 09, 2010
Part of our big clear out.
Available and looking for a new home.

Journal Entry 2 by lillykai from Ginestas, Languedoc-Roussillon France on Wednesday, January 13, 2010
Reserved for kizmiaz.

Journal Entry 3 by lillykai at Ginestas, Languedoc-Roussillon France on Friday, January 15, 2010

Released 10 yrs ago (1/14/2010 UTC) at Ginestas, Languedoc-Roussillon France



In the post and on it's way to kizmiaz in Portugal.
I hope it gets there saftly and that you enjoy the book.

Journal Entry 4 by kizmiaz from Belém , Lisboa (cidade) Portugal on Tuesday, January 19, 2010
just got it, thanks for trading.

Journal Entry 5 by kizmiaz at Belém , Lisboa (cidade) Portugal on Sunday, July 11, 2010
I had a good time reading this book, this is one of Gaiman's good ones.
The way Gaiman brings you into the story is very well achieved, he starts pulling you in with Fat Charlie and then slowly shows you the web that this story really becomes.
I felt the plot was good but not all the characters were as detailed as they could be. The action really moves along and several surprises come up with each new chapter.
Fat Charlie, Spider and Anansi are one dysfunctional family that I enjoyed reading about.
I also enjoyed the way Gaiman woved the West African folk tales of Anansi with the main story, I felt that it becomes a richer novel for that.
It's not a heavy going book like American Gods but it's a pleasant reading anyway, although lighter mainly because of the comedy parts in this one.
I'll pass it to conto who has it on her wishlist.

Journal Entry 6 by conto at Lisboa - City, Lisboa (cidade) Portugal on Saturday, October 23, 2010
I'm so sorry... I'm becoming sloppier with every book I read!
I have this book with me for several months now and I was sure I had made the JE saying so. Only I didn’t.

I was coming here to make the final JE, therefore I’ll make both: It’s with me but for a short while, I’ll be returning it to kizmiaz soon and I didn’t like it that much.

To be honest, I almost dropped it. I had decided to do so, but then decided to keep reading along with other books and ended up by reading it all. Once I started reading it that way I started enjoying it much more. Weird, hey?! (must be some kind of Anansi’s magic)

This has a bit too much fantasy for my taste and that’s what I didn’t like. Midway, I got caught in the web, I guess. Still, I wouldn’t say this is my kind of book, although it’s clear that Neil Gaiman does have a way with building characters and weird contexts and a great writer!

Thanks a lot Kizmiaz!

Journal Entry 7 by kizmiaz at Belém , Lisboa (cidade) Portugal on Tuesday, October 26, 2010
back home

Journal Entry 8 by kizmiaz at Belém , Lisboa (cidade) Portugal on Tuesday, October 26, 2010

Released 9 yrs ago (10/26/2010 UTC) at Belém , Lisboa (cidade) Portugal


2010 hallowwen trade.

Journal Entry 9 by ElHurricane at Ovar, Aveiro Portugal on Tuesday, November 16, 2010
Arrived a few days ago but only today I could make the JE. Sorry about the delay.
Thanks kizmiaz

Journal Entry 10 by ElHurricane at Parque de Codessais in Vila Real, Vila Real Portugal on Friday, June 13, 2014

Released 5 yrs ago (6/14/2014 UTC) at Parque de Codessais in Vila Real, Vila Real Portugal


It goes to Vila Real's picnic and if nobody takes it, it will remain in the wild!

Journal Entry 11 by Viper_IV at Vila Real, Vila Real Portugal on Tuesday, July 15, 2014
I just love the fanstaty worlds Neil Gaiman creates and can't believe I found this book while running in the park.
It's my first taste of bookcrossing, wish me luck!

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