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Funniest Book Ever!

14 years, 1 month ago at Dec 22 21:05
I loaned this out and never saw it again. I don't blame them! It's the most hilarious book I've ever read! It combines the considerable talents of two fine authors. Get it!

(And this from a reader who has a very hard time getting into stories based in Christian or Abrahamic mythology. Such an entertaining book!)
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Crowley, Hell's most approachable demon, and an old friend Aziraphale, genuine angel and London book shop owner, have a problem. Armageddon - which will happen on a Saturday Night. Next Saturday, in fact. So they've got no alternative but to stop the Four Motorcyclists of the Apocalypse, defeat the Witchfinder Army and find and kill the Antichrist - an eleven-year-old boy who loves his dog ...
Manufacturer: Ace
Release date: 1 May 1996
ISBN-10 : 0441003257 | ISBN-13: 9780441003259
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Keaster added this to a list 6 months ago
Read in '20 (22 books items)

"It's not a bad book by any means, but honestly I was expecting far more from this, Good Omens being, after all, frequently mentioned in many interesting book lists and as a personal favorite of people who like good books. Also Sandman-era Neil Gaiman is such a fucking interesting mind, that it also naturally puts quite a lot of expectations for anything coming from him at that time (or later, for that matter). But I do have to admit, that the biggest problem for me with Good Omens is that I fou"


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