By Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett
- Release Date: 2011-06-28
- Genre: Fantasy
Good Omens Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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A Wacky Collaberation
Pretty well anything goes in this frenetic fantasy gone berserk. Open your mind for this one and enjoy.
Doesn't come with the helpful notes!?
You get the asterisks, but none of the helpful notes. What is up with that?
By Vincent Pedone
This book is just fantastic, and started my love of Gaiman.
Please just read it
By Happy pet owner
This might be the third or forth time I've read this book; it's certainly not the last. I love Terry Pratchett. I love Neil Gaiman. I think the whole world should.
A book 20 years old needs no review, for every review has already been given, every angle of analysis exhausted, every compliment catalogued, and every one of millions of copies used, abused, and ultimately loved. So instead refer to the title for my complete review, a monosyllabic affirmation of my immediate and unreserved affection for this book.
Had to purchase on my iPad..
What they say jokingly in the intro is true: I've had multiple copies of this book over the years, somehow they always get loaned out and not returned...and since this is one of my favorite books of all time, getting it electronically so I can reread it whenever I want is a beautiful thing. Yes, I still replace my physical copy of the book - it's just too good to not share :)
Just completely amazing!
One of the best books I've ever read, hilarious, entertaining and even thought-provoking.
It made my day when i found out my two favorite authors came together to make one awesome book:)
This book is, if I were to sum it up in a word (which, frankly, doesn't quite do it justice) is absolutely hilarious (oh my, that was two words). Pratchett and Gaiman are literary GENIUSES (capitalized for extreme emphasis), and to anyone having thoughts about purchasing this book, I suggest you do so! Also read it if you happen to like Queen (the band, of course).