Publish date: November 22nd 2011
Publisher: Transworld Digital
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
The Apocalypse has arrived, but the fabled battle of Armageddon will not take place in the Middle East it’ll be in Oxfordshire unless a demon and an angel get their way. Good Omens is from the combined writing of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett who take the well-trod path of end of the world novels...
I haven't always had the best luck with BBC full cast dramatisations, but this one worked brilliantly. A demon and an angel set out to thwart the apocalypse. Chaos ensures. It's Pratchett, so it's almost guaranteed funny. I haven't read enough Gaiman to comment on what he brings to the story o...
This has angels, demons, the antichrist, prophecies and so much more. It's funny and a total trip. I had a ball reading it. The end of the world is drawing close. Things are coming to pass. But not all the angels and demons are enemies. There's a mixup with the babies. Everything gets all mix...
DON’T THINK OF IT AS DYING, said Death, JUST THINK OF IT AS LEAVING EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSH.An angel who collects antiques and runs a bookstore religiously devoid of customers? A demon (“an Angel who did not so much Fall as Saunter Vaguely Downwards”) whose car turns every single cassette ('90s here...
I think I just gave myself nightmares because I finished re-reading this yesterday.Oh wait, I didn't.I wish Crowley were real, I really do
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