[Read] ➭ Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch Author Terry Pratchett – Alwaysonltd.co.uk

Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch Armageddon Only Happens Once, You Know They Don T Let You Go Around Again Until You Get It Right People Have Been Predicting The End Of The World Almost From Its Very Beginning, So It S Only Natural To Be Sceptical When A New Date Is Set For Judgement Day But What If, For Once, The Predictions Are Right, And The Apocalypse Really Is Due To Arrive Next Saturday, Just After Tea You Could Spend The Time Left Drowning Your Sorrows, Giving Away All Your Possessions In Preparation For The Rapture, Or Laughing It Off As Hopefully Just Another Hoax Or You Could Just Try To Do Something About ItIt S A Predicament That Aziraphale, A Somewhat Fussy Angel, And Crowley, A Fast Living Demon Now Finds Themselves In They Ve Been Living Amongst Earth S Mortals Since The Beginning And, Truth Be Told, Have Grown Rather Fond Of The Lifestyle And, In All Honesty, Are Not Actually Looking Forward To The Coming ApocalypseAnd Then There S The Small Matter That Someone Appears To Have Misplaced The Antichrist

10 thoughts on “Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch

  1. says:

    I somehow ended up reading them both simultaneously So I couldn t help wonderingWhat Madam Bovary Might Have Thought Of Good OmensThree days later, a package arrived there was no return address, but she immediately recognised Rodolphe s hand It contained a paperback novel, whose title was Good Omens Feverishly, she cast hersel

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    Remember back when funny books were funny Back before you went to college and found out that Dave Barry and Carl Hiaasen weren t funny after all, but Samuel Beckett and Charles Dickens were hilarious Remember when the words on the page didn t just make you smile wryly and shake your head in shame for humanity, but actually made

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    DON T THINK OF IT AS DYING, said Death JUST THINK OF IT AS LEAVING EARLY TO AVOID THE RUSHThe Apocalypse is not off to a good start.Ten years ago, Crowley a demon brought the infant Anti Christ to a group of Satanic Nuns who swapped the Anti Christ with a human child For ten years, Aziraphale an Angel and Crowley educate the chi

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    Overall, this book was a huge disappointment for me I d heard so many good things about it and had been meaning to read it for years When I finally started it, I was about 20 pages into it and thought, Yes This is going to be one of the most entertaining books I ve ever read It was like reading The Hitchhiker s Guide for the firs

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    A 80% Very Good NotesNot as funny as I d anticipated, and at times it s a bit too absurd for my tastes, but a good ending and loads of charm.

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    Image source imdb.Don t be misled by those who class this as fantasy, humour, or just fiction This is actually a profound philosophical and theological treatise, exploring good and evil, nature versus nurture, free will, war, pollution, and organised religion But it s cleverly disguised as a madcap caper featuring angels, demons, t

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    literally every day I m thinking about how this book was published in 1990 and in 2019 they finally made a miniseries and Neil Gaiman was like hey let s make this evenof a romcom than it already was just for the fuck of itI keep trying to land on what I think is the objective Best Thing about this ridiculous book that I loved readin

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    One of my all time favorite books Up there with Hitchhiker s Guide.

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    I knew from the first page that this book would not work for me.I slogged through about half of it and gave up I lost the thread of the plot long before due to my lack of interest in everything this book is It all felt forced, like the themes and ideas were shoved into the narrative and that the plot had to adapt to fit them in It was

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    In my personal hierarchy of books, this one comes a close second after Bulgakov s The Master and Margarita What can I say like diabolical father, like infernal son It may help to understand human affairs to be clear that most of the great triumphs and tragedies of history are caused not by people being fundamentally good or fundamental

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