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Recommended Fiction: American Gods by Neil Gaiman

by Pamela Tarajcak on 2021-10-28T08:41:33-04:00 | Comments

"'Believe,' said the rumbling voice [of the buffalo man]. 'If you are to survive, you must believe.'  

"'Believe what?' asked Shadow. 'What should I believe?'

"He stared at Shadow, the buffalo man, and he drew himself up huge, and his eyes filled with fire. He opened his spit- flecked buffalo mouth and it was red inside with the flames that burned inside him, under the earth.

"'Everything,' roared the buffalo man."

Cover ArtAmerican Gods: the Tenth Anniversary Edition by Neil Gaiman
Call Number: 813.54 G35 2016 (Youngstown Campus)
ISBN: 9780062472106
Publication Date: 2016-08-16

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