Confession time everyone ready? I do not like Neil Gaiman books. I know I can hear the screaming now. In another honest confession I audio read this book. I think if I were to have tried to read it myself I would have ended up abandoning it. I do not know when Terry Pratchett was diagnosed with I am sure that is was after this book was written but I could be wrong.
Now before we go on I will say that I have tried to read several of Mr. Gaiman’s books. I tried American Gods, one about people living underground in London, and the one I did manage to finish was about a boy living in a cemetery.
On to Good Omens The Nice and Accurate Prophesies of Agnes Nutter but Mr. Pratchett and Mr. Gaiman. Because I read this while driving, I do not have quotes to attach to this post for that I am sorry, there were a few good lines in there.
It is the end of the world or is it? Armageddon is coming, and there is no stopping it. At least according to the Powers that be. That is it, that is what the book is about. I wish that the authors would have spent more time on Agnes Nutter and on the demon Crowley they are the two who seemed to me to have the most promise and depth.
For being a Pratchett book I only laughed out loud twice. I don’t really have more to say about this book.