Good Omens: dark and funny collaboration

Good Omens: How Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett wrote a book

Lively insight into collaborative practices by two of the most original, dark and funny writers to ever co-write a novel

For the uninitiated, Good Omens is a story about how the world is going to end next Saturday. Just after tea. And how the only things standing between us and the inevitable Armageddon are a demon, Crowley, and an angel (and rare book dealer), Aziraphale, who are, rather uncomfortably, working together, not to mention a witch, a very small witchfinder army, the Antichrist (who is 11, and very nice) and his dog. Now adapted to radio.

About Lucy Northenra

Senior Lecturer in Literature, University of Hertfordshire

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