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Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch


The powers that be have decided that the Apocalypse will begin on a Saturday night. But Crawley and Aziraphale, the demon and the angel who were ... Show synopsis

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Overall customer rating: 4.858

Great apocolytic fiction.

by GabrielL on Jan 4, 2010

I am a huge fan of Neil Gaiman's Sandman as well as Terry Pratchett's Discworld. I was thrilled to see the two of them come together for this one. I love this book. It's wry sense of humor really makes you look forward to the end of the world. Well written, great characters, fun story, i highly recommend it.


Heavenly fun

by harv681 on Aug 7, 2009

When this book was recommended to me, I hesitated. Omens? Angels in league with demons? An antiChrist delivered by satanist nuns? and Queen? I was needlessly concerned. It was hysterical--irreverent and cynical without being sacrilegious. Who knew the apocolypse could be so much fun?


The Funniest Take on the Apocalypse

by TeacherVictoria on May 16, 2009

I am sure God has a sense of humor. Why else would Gaiman and Pratchett be on this Earth? This one is amazingly witty and funny. Pop Culture and the Bible collides within the pages and eplodes plenty of laughter. There's something we do not expect...or maybe we did, even hoped for...

by Cybolic on Jan 22, 2009

This is a thoughtful short story, but not the best we've seen of Death - for that I recommend Sandman. The introduction and information on how Death came to be is however reason enough in itself to buy the story.


A Romp through Revelations

by SeldomSeen on Oct 9, 2008

Not since A Hitchhiker?s Guide to the Galaxy has the end of the world been so much fun. Good Omens is a romp through Revelations served up with ample portions of satire, cheeky impudence and dry British wit. The plot revolves around an angel and a demon who?ve essentially gone ?native? and identify with the humans they?ve been alternately aiding and tormenting for the past 4,000 years here on Earth. When Heaven and Hell begin to prepare for Armeageddon, the two plot together to subvert the ?ineffable? plan. Or as the late Hunter S. Thompson said, ?when the going gets weird, the weird turn pro.? So ignore the Tibetans tunneling in your yard, the octopi falling from the sky, put some Queen on the cassette deck and enjoy?.

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