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By Neil Gaiman

ISBN-10: 0061792667

ISBN-13: 9780061792663

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Shadow is a guy with a earlier. yet now he wishes not anything greater than to stay a quiet lifestyles together with his spouse and remain out of hassle. till he learns that she's been killed in a poor accident.

Flying domestic for the funeral, as a violent typhoon rocks the aircraft, an odd guy within the seat subsequent to him introduces himself. the guy calls himself Mr. Wednesday, and he is familiar with extra approximately Shadow than is possible.

He warns Shadow a ways higher typhoon is coming. And from that second on, not anything will ever he the same...

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If only we could see a way out,' the man said. ' Culver was puzzled. He stared into the other's eyes. ' 'It's too dark . . oh no . . ' When I grabbed you out on the street you were looking straight into the flash. I thought you were just shocked . . I didn't realise . ’ The man was rubbing at his eyes with his fingers. ' The injured man seemed to take little comfort in the words. His body was shaking uncontrollably. The smell of burning was strong now and Culver could see a flickering glow from above.

He stood there paralysed, sightless and screaming inwardly, waiting for the inevitable. The thundrous, ear-splitting roar came, but the inevitable did not. Instead he felt rough hands grab him and his body being propelled backwards. His shoulder crashed against something that gave way and he was being dragged along. He felt himself falling, something, perhaps someone, falling with him. The earth was shaking, the noise deafening, the walls collapsing. And then there was no longer burning white pain in his eyes, just the cool darkness of unconsciousness.

Culver sank to a squatting position. ‘You really don't want to know,' he said quietly. ' He silently studied the blind man for a few moments before replying. ‘There's dust everywhere. ' His companion rubbed at his eyelids as though they were causing him pain. ' he asked almost impatiently. Culver looked up and frowned. ‘Yeah, it's coming. I can see darker patches where the air is thick with it. ' The other man scrambled to his feet. 'No time to lose, then. ' Culver stood with him. 'What is this shelter?

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