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Anansi boys

Author: Neil Gaiman
Publisher: New York : WM William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, 2008. ©2005
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : English : 1st Harper Perennial editionView all editions and formats
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His past marked by his father's embarrassing taunts and untimely death, Fat Charlie meets the brother he never knew and is introduced to new and exciting ways to spend his time.
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Genre/Form: Humorous fiction
Fantasy fiction
Action and adventure fiction
Fiction
Adventure fiction
Named Person: Anansi, (Legendary character); Anansi, (Legendary character)
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Neil Gaiman
ISBN: 9780061342394 0061342394
OCLC Number: 1036988306
Notes: Includes P.S:. insights, interviews & more ...
Description: 336, 18 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Contents: Chapter one: Which is mostly about names and family relationships --
Chapter two: Which is mostly about the things that happen after funerals --
Chapter three: In which there is a family reunion --
Chapter four: Which concludes with an evening of wine, women and song --
Chapter five: In which we examine the many consequences of the morning after --
Chapter six: In which Fat Charlie fails to get home, even by taxi --
Chapter seven: In which Fat Charlie goes a long way --
Chapter eight: In which a pot of coffee comes in particularly useful --
Chapter nine: In which Fat Charlie answers the door and spider encounters flamingos --
Chapter ten: In which Fat Charlie sees the world and Maeve Livingstone is dissatisfied --
Chapter eleven: In which Rosie learns to say not to strangers and Fat Charlie acquires a lime --
Chapter twelve: In which Fat Charlie does several things for the first time --
Chapter thirteen: Which proves to be unlucky for some --
Chapter fourteen : Which comes to several conclusions.
Responsibility: Neil Gaiman.

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His past marked by his father's embarrassing taunts and untimely death, Fat Charlie meets the brother he never knew and is introduced to new and exciting ways to spend his time.

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