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American Gods Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 15 Summary

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Chapter 15 Summary

Shadow Moon is hanging from a tree in Virginia, performing a vigil for Wednesday, who was killed by the new gods. He chants to himself to steel himself for the task at hand. He hears chattering, and a squirrel comes down the tree by him. He falls asleep and dreams of an elephant-headed man. The man tells Shadow he could have avoided some trouble if he called him earlier. It rains, and Shadow is able to drink. The next day, he is in much pain. He thinks about Laura, and she responds. She says she will be there soon.

The squirrel brings Shadow a walnut-shell cup full of water. He falls asleep, and when he awakens, he finds a mad young man in the tree with him. Shadow recognizes him as the Egyptian god Horus. Horus tells Shadow the fight will begin soon before he leaves. When...

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