I picked this book out at the library as the one to read to complete my goal of reading a book during my four weeks off between jobs. I wandered the shelves looking for books that looked like sci-fi (somehow it seems like one can pick them out pretty easily by the title, font, and imagery on the spine...I can't quite explain it) and found this one, and was pleasantly surprised to see that it won Hugo and Nebula awards. Should be a good one!
Unfortunately I did not enjoy it and stopped in the middle of chapter six. This is where you final get the reveal that the book is about old gods versus new gods. I had been dragging myself through the book up to hear and at this point I realized it was not going to be interesting. As a final check I read the plot summary on Wikipedia and even that was boring.
Learning about the House on the Rocks in Wisconsin was very interesting, and I plan to try to find a list of other interesting locations like that which are mentioned in the book. IIRC the intro alluded to people doing road trips tracing the characters' travels so there must be a few other good destinations.
The version I had was the one with annotations by Leslie S. Klinger. I did enjoy the presence of the annotations even though they slowed down my pace of reading, and would readily read another annotated book.