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Martin Jarvis
Birth date: August 04, 1941
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Linda78
Linda78 rated it 2 years ago
Crowley (no, not that one, SPN fandom) and Aziraphale have misplaced the Antichrist. No big deal, except the Apocalypse is neigh. Oh, and also they have a bet of sorts going about nature vs nurture and whether the Antichrist can be raised to be good or is just naturally evil and that's it. How are t...
Bettie's Books
Bettie's Books rated it 5 years ago
bookshelves: victorian, mystery-thriller, britain-england, fraudio, re-read, published-1881, summer-2010 read count: 2 A dying policeman recalls how a gruesome murder many years back was to change his life forever. Read by Ronald Broadcast on:BBC Radio 7, 1:30am Tuesday 24th November 2009
EricaO
EricaO rated it 5 years ago
While I liked this story, I was also irritated by it. A lot. And I've come to hate the word "ineffable" which is just silly, yet true.In a way, I'm not surprised that this book gave me a mindache. Pratchett and Gaiman? It was 50/50 that it would be a work of immense genius or a work of over-the-top ...
AmySea
AmySea rated it 6 years ago
Full of that quirky, funny British humor. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and laughed several times, but I am rather partial to British humor. This probably isn't for everyone. This audiobook was excellently narrated by Martin Jarvis, and the great story, coupled with his reading, made me look for...
Caffeine Reviews
Caffeine Reviews rated it 6 years ago
First of all I am a fan of British humor. I also blame myself more then the book, during the periods when I could keep alert I did enjoy some of the funny moments of the story, but I didn't find them fall off the bed and on to the floor funny. Footnote: No more laying down while listening to audio ...
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