Crowley and Aziraphale are kinda badasses like that. Educated badasses. With philisophical tendancies and snarkability. Their bromance was just was way up there. You would like Shadwell/Mrs Tracy Although I did too. I' pretty sure they were hinting at it towards the end
Shadwell/Mrs. Tracy was totally bound to happen the entire book...seriously...the way Shadwell was all down on her, psssh. Totally UST. And Prachett and Gaimen used that to their advantage. It was probably a parody on UST. xD
Also, I sent someone to worship you. I'm sure you've noticed...
Pratchett and Gaiman are just askdjdaskflj Good Omens is just one of my all time favourite books. Newt and Anathema were just lolable too. The romances in this book are just so odd but work so well. The friendship among the Them feels real; they act like kids. Crowley and Aziraphale's bromance is just epic and they make me laugh so much. Aziraphale, velvet underground is not be-bop, tartan is not stylish. Crowley, dont sink ducks, dont drive flaming Bentley's through barriers and all the way to Tadfield
I noticed. You are terrible at trolling. By which I mean, you are too good at being a friend.
No, thank you for sharing your story. I love to hear from and about other Good Omens fans! I felt exactly the same way when I finished the book. I wasnt ready for it to end. Terry and Neil apparently had a sequel in mind at one point but it just never happened. What was the first book that made you feel that way?
You're welcome. I love finding other fans of *insert fandom. In this case, Good Omens* and exchanging notes. Great times. I know, right? There's a lot of stuff that can be covered, like how the Them carry on with their lives and what are Crowley and Aziraphale up to and such. I remember reading about that sequel; I'd love to see one, but if they don't have enough ideas, I certainly don't have the right to pressure Mr Gaiman and Mr Prachett into writing one. The first one was Cry the Beloved Country.
Haha, me too I know it's highly unlikely they'll write a sequel now but then I suppose that's what fanfiction is for and besides, I wouldnt want either of them to stop the books they're working on now The variables for all those possible sequels though...I just cant help but want to know where Terry and Neil would take them.
I have to admit I've never heard of it but you've intrigued me to go have a look for it
I started cruising Good Omens fanfiction this evening... I've stumbled on some of the BEST one shots and drabbles in my life. I really should look into more of Mr Pratchett's and Mr Gaimen's books... I liked the style of Good Omens, which generally leads me to read more of an author, if I like his / her style.
It's beautiful book. Rather serious, but wonderful... It's about South Africa during Apartheid. Beautiful, education, though-provoking...
Over at fanfiction.net? Good Omens has seriously some of the best fanfics I've ever come across. How they manage to keep the cast in character and keep them extraordinary is amazing. Some of the plots I've come across are so well thought out and written I could almost believe Mr's Pratchett and Gaiman wrote them I cant get enough of Terry's Discworld series and Neil's books are just so wonderfully dark at times. They are truly great authors
Historical. Even better. I love a good old fashionedy book.
Yep, fanfiction.net. I've been really pleased with what I've found so far-- I'm reading one called "The Replacement" that's really good. I really need to get my hands on more of their work. I loved the humor of Good Omens (you know it's a good book when you're laughing out loud when you're reading it on your lunch breaks), so I'm hoping their other books are just as good. I have the feeling they are.
Awesome. I'm pretty sure this book takes place in the... 1960s? 1970s? Something along those lines.