American Gods - Recommend to a teen? Showing 1-39 of 39Its the graphic description of sexual acts thats the problem. For example, when the Goddess Bilquis eats a man with her vagina, while he is orgasming, this is simply indefensible to a local school board. If its your teenager and you feel its appropriate: fine. Im merely trying to explain why youll never see American Gods being taught in the public schools.
AMERICAN GODS by Neil Gaiman - Book Review
The real dilemma presented us however is understanding just which genre Gaiman was writing. Just the contrary, American Gods manages to broach several genre barriers all the while making it look as if Gaiman was creating his own genre. The process may not be all that pleasant, but the outcome is beautiful.
American Gods by Neil Gaiman
Erino Jan 02, AM I was given this book to read by a parent whose year old was given it as a gift. The parent wanted to know if I thought it was appropriate for a teen. As someone who believes people, even teens, should be able to read anything, I still have tried to think like this parent and have come up conflicted. Why the parent hasn't read it herself yet is another issue. Yes, parts are vulgar but the overall content may be of interest to teens who often are intrigued with mythology. I'm just not sure they'd be willing to stick with it. I'm not sure what would stop me from recommending a book to a teen as old as
Kill Bill: Vol. Sign in. On the eve of war, Mr. Wednesday attempts to recruit the Old God Ostara, but needs Mr. Nancy's help in making a good impression and winning her over. Shadow's emotional reunion with his dead and unfaithful wife is interrupted when Mr.
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Check out the full line-up here. We read Neverwhere in a British Fantasy course in undergrad and I was o-b-s-e-s-s-e-d. I read everything from American Gods to the Sandman series. I mean, I knew of Coraline and Stardust , but picture books? I had no idea.