By Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
William Morrow 2006, 512 pgs, Humorous Fantasy
Aziraphale a fussy good angel and Crowley a demon find themselves at the end of the world with the coming apocalypse. They have been on the earth since the beginning and have grown fond of the type of lifestyles they have. When the demons are in charge of delivering the antichrist to a certain family, someone misplaces the baby. Aziraphale and Crowley do everything that they can to save the earth and its inhabitants because they want to keep their lifestyles.
I have been wanting to read this book for some time now, because I read the back of the cover when it was returned to the library and it looks entertaining. Then the tv series came out and I loaned that from the library and it’s really good and funny and it just made me want to read this book even more. There are mixed reviews on this book which I think it’s some of the british humor causing that, but if you are fine with that you should be fine with this book.
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