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Good Omens by Terry Pratchett
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Feb 19, 2009

really liked it

A madcap, zany adventure involving angels, demons, the Anti-Christ, Armageddon and witches. Pratchett and Gaiman deliver in this witty and satiric tale. Although it's veddy, veddy British in humour, Americans who enjoy Douglas Adams (as well as Pratchett and Gaiman) will enjoy the tale. I recommend that it's read in long stretches and not in short bursts. The book's different tales ending up coming together in the end and it helps to continue reading because you can quickly lose your place.

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