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The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch. Es gibt unterschiedliche Schätzungen, welchen Anteil Terry Pratchett und Neil Gaiman jeweils geschrieben hatten.
Neil Gaiman gab einmal an von der Rohfassung etwa Jedoch hatten beide jeweils alle Teile bearbeitet, dass die Frage, wer was geschrieben hat, sich nicht mehr endgültig beantworten lässt.
Von einigen Abschnitten oder einzelnen Witzen gibt es jedoch ein paar Informationen aus Interviews mit den beiden Autoren:.
Der Untergang der Welt steht kurz bevor, denn Satans Sohn weilt auf der Erde. Die Apokalypse steht ins Haus - doch leider geht nicht alles glatt: Als der Antichrist unter der Aufsicht des satanischen Ordens der Schwatzhaften Schwestern geboren wird, kommt es zu einer Vertauschung: Der Satanssohn wächst in Tadfield, einer englischen Kleinstadtidylle auf und stattdessen kümmern sich die Abgesandten des Himmels und der Hölle, der Engel Erziraffael und der Dämon Crowley , jahrelang um die Erziehung des falschen Kindes, genannt Warlock.
Während dem echten Antichristen der Höllenhund geschickt wird und die vier apokalyptischen Reiter mobil machen, versuchen Dämon und Engel in ungewöhlicher Eintracht gemeinsam das Ende der Welt zu verhindern.
Sie wenden sich an eine Spezialistin: Anathema Apparat ist eine Hexe - und erblich belastet. Ihre Vorfahrin Agnes Spinner hat im Mittelalter als einzige wirklich zutreffende Prophezeiungen geschrieben.
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.
My eight-year-old self was petrified. For months, I had nightmares, was scared of dogs, mistrustful of tricycles and had an irrational dislike of the number "".
WARNING: THERE WILL BE MILD SPOILERS. BECAUSE I CAN. As predicted by the titular 17th century witch Agnes Nutter in her extremely nice accurate book of prophecies, handed down through centuries to her last living "professional descendant" Anathema Device, Armageddon is quickly approaching.
The four Horsepersons of the Apocalypse have set out on their way, and that must mean things are getting serious. What chapter are you from? And Grievous Bodily Harm, Cruelty To Animals, Things Not Working Properly Even After You've Given Them A Good Thumping but secretly No Alcohol Lager, and Really Cool People travelled with them.
And so the unlikely allies decide to band together to prevent the end of the world. Aptly named Adam, he grows up - as his name suggests - perfectly human , in a little corner of paradise - the English village of Lower Tadfield.
But Agnes Nutter is never wrong, and as her prophesies suggest, shortly after Adam's eleventh birthday on which he DOES get a much wanted Hellhound Dog the events of the end of the world are set in their inevitable, ineffable motion.
But Adam's essential humanity puts a new spin on this old story: " Something was happening inside his head. It was aching. Thoughts were arriving there without him having to think them.
Something was saying, You can do something, Adam Young. You can make it all better. You can do anything you want. And what was saying this to him was Part of him, deep down.
Part of him that had been attached to him all these years and not really noticed, like a shadow. It was saying: yes, it's a rotten world.
It could have been great. But now it's rotten, and it's time to do something about it. That's what you're here for. To make it all better. He loves this world, and he, coming into his power, wants a very human thing - he wants to make it better.
Don't we all? But do and can? Not in its wickedness or goodness or anything like that. Just humanity, in all the multifaceted nature of it, in its righteousness and wretchedness, love and cruelty, strengths and weaknesses, stupidity and wisdom.
Often the same individual was involved. It was this free-will thing, of course. It was a bugger. Because what makes life interesting, as a particular angel and demon would loudly attest to, is precisely the combination of good and evil, nice and nasty, mean and kind that we all possess, in the precarious and miraculous balance that is the true treasure of humanity.
Because it makes us act like people. Maybe we will figure things out on our own. Crowley grabbed Aziraphale's arm. He's not Evil Incarnate or Good Incarnate, he's just At times it's easy for those familiar with their respective styles to tell which one of them penned which part, at times it's impossible - but it doesn't matter as their writing styles blend together so well, so seamlessly, so seemingly effortlessly.
This is an excellent book - both funny and serious, at times utterly unpredictable, at times baffling, at times logical.
It's a pleasure to read, and a pleasure to seriously reflect upon after having a good laugh. And for all of that it gets the ineffable five stars.
He stared down at the golden curls of the Adversary, Destroyer of Kings, Angel of the Bottomless Pit, Great Beast that is called Dragon, Prince of This World, Father of Lies, Spawn of Satan, and Lord of Darkness.
I love it more and more with each time I do. I have to advise - if you plan to listen to this one, please get the British version with Stephen Briggs as the narrator Isis Publishing - it is lightyears better than Harper Audio.
Stephen Briggs is amazing! View all 34 comments. This book has been recommended to me for years. Everyone has been telling me how funny it is and Didn't laugh.
Didn't smile. Didn't even blow air through my nose. Not once. I eventually continued it as an audiobook otherwise I wouldn't have finished it.
It felt like a kid story. Maybe I don't get the British humour I feel like I usually like it tho. But I just couldn't get myself to care.
I wanted to get this read before I watched the new Amazon Prime series. For me this book read much more like a Terry Pratchett story, than a Neil Gaiman tale.
I was impressed that the writing style seemed to be consistent throughout. As to the story, this book has many great characters, a complex, winding plot, and plenty of charm and surprises.
I enjoyed the humor more than the story, but it never was boring. Once again, I feel compelled to explain why I am just now reading this novel, first published in Something had to give.
So I fully admit I missed an entire decade of literature, news, and music. I really got into Pearl Jam in about If you are easily offended by religious satire, you should probably skip this.
But if you enjoy clever writing, adept observations on society and life, and masterful humor, you need to read this book. Five fiery, red glowing brimstone stars from me.
The Great War, the Last Battle. Heaven versus Hell, three rounds, one Fall, no submission. And that'd be that. No more world. That's what the end of the world meant.
Just endless Heaven or, depending who won, endless Hell. Right, it hasn't as I'm still babbling away and giggling silly all by myself.
Thank heavens I didn't listen to this audiobook "That's how it goes, you think you're on top of the world, and suddenly they spring Armageddon on you.
Thank heavens I didn't listen to this audiobook while out and about, for I devilishly fear that the public might give me a searing stare saying this guy must have lost his marbles.
Surely, I have gone crackers! Now where's that failsafe button when I needed it the most? With an endearing cast of characters, wit-laden dialogues, and brilliant British humour, phenomenal writers Pratchett and Gaiman concocts a story about the end of the world in cataclysmic hilarious proportions.
Everything seems set and the cosmic game of chess is about to happen With that comes multiple unexplainable phenomenons occurring all around the globe — the happening with the nuclear plants, surfacing of the Lost Continent of Atlantis, Tibetan monks coming out of a random hole, and then some visiting and peculiar aliens whose Earthly commentary seemed spot-on such jolly nice fellows to point it out for us : "'CO2 level up 0.
Let's just excuse the compositor's error and do mind the writer, after all, he's human too! Master Biltonn if no Gentelmann, and Master Scagges noe more than a tighte fisted Southwarke Knobbefticke.
I telle you, onne a daye laike thif Ennywone withe half an oz of Sense shoulde bee oute in the Sunneshain, ane nott Stucke here alle the liuelong dale inn thif mowldey olde By-Our-Lady Workefhoppe.
I'm sure they're made for each other. View all 85 comments. The year is and in an upstairs apartment in Lower Tadfield, Oxfordshire, England four people — Marge, Ron, Neville and Madam Tracey — sit around a table.
Madam Tracey: I can feel my spirit guide approaching. Marge: Ooooo, this is exciting! Madam Tracey: [In a dark brown voice] How! Neville: This is just like in that old book by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, Good O The year is and in an upstairs apartment in Lower Tadfield, Oxfordshire, England four people — Marge, Ron, Neville and Madam Tracey — sit around a table.
Neville: This is just like in that old book by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, Good Omens, I mean JUST like it! Madam Tracey: [In the Geronimo voice] How you mean?
Madam Tracey: Eh, gentlemen, please, you must concentrate … Um, hey, wait a minute; I really am feeling a presence! Freddy Mercury: [singing] Can anybody find me, somebody to love?
Neville: What?? Where did that voice come from, is that Freddy Mercury? Freddy: Yes, Neville, it is I, Freddy Mercury, coming to you from the Great Beyond!
Terry Pratchett: Hello! What have we here? Terry: I do, as well, Neil, and how is everyone tonight? Marge: Um, well, I wanted to speak to my deceased sister Pamela.
Neville: Wait! I see, we mentioned your book Good Omens and we are here with Madam Tracey, and … Neil: And here we are, lovely to join you, also nice to see Lower Tadfield still standing after all this time, and that you remember us.
Yes, Good Omens was a first-rate occult book, full of catchy prophecies and witty Pratchett sayings. This is because most books on witchcraft were written by men.
Madam Tracey: Um, er, ah … Ron: What was so special about Good Omens that could create a spiritual gateway to open up and visit us here?
Terry: Good Omens was about the end of the world, about a spiritual conflict, but mainly about being human, and how even angels and demons, yes even the Anti-Christ can find happiness here on earth and so we should too, or some such balderdash, I recall it selling rather well.
Neville: The end of the world? Is it coming? Neil: Armageddon is scheduled to begin next week. Just messing with you! Can I join in?
Good Omens was great, by the way. How rude, Madam Tracey. View all 9 comments. This novel spoof of THE OMEN is absolutely hilarious. From the four bikers of the apocalypse to adorable hell hounds, it's my absolute favorite offering from Terry Pratchett -- his humor mixed with Neil Gaiman's is absolute win in my opinion.
Because I'm only reviewing my favorite books -- not every book I read. Consider a novel's presence on my Goodreads bookshelf as a hearty endorsement.
I can't believe I just said "hearty. View 1 comment. I actually feel a little bad giving this 2 stars, since I see so many reviews of people who loved this book.
Unfortunately, I'm just not one of them. I usually like Pratchett's work, and there are a few comic touches that I liked here, but overall the unbelievably slow pace of the latter half of this story nearly drove me bonkers.
It skips over about 10 years in a few chapters, and then camps out at 6 hours 'til doomsday for hundreds of pages. The dialogue of the children was tiresome, and the o I actually feel a little bad giving this 2 stars, since I see so many reviews of people who loved this book.
The dialogue of the children was tiresome, and the only character remotely 3-dimensional was the demon Crowley.
I began skimming pages before giving up altogether on it a few chapters from the end. I would say it's not my style of book, but that's not true: again, I like Pratchett's other works, and I'm a Douglas Adams fan as well.
This one just didn't hit my funny bone, I guess. Shelves: paranormal , read-in , humor , read-in , favorites , kindle , neil-gaiman.
I read American Gods not too long ago, and while I liked it, it didn't turn out to be as amazing as I had hoped.
So I wondered if maybe I shouldn't go back and check this one out. You know, see if it was really as good as I remembered? It was actually better.
The 5 star rating stands! Good Omens is going to go down as one of my favorites. I wouldn't say that I laughed out loud, but I snorted once or twice and smiled the whole way through.
Who would have thought the apocalypse could I read American Gods not too long ago, and while I liked it, it didn't turn out to be as amazing as I had hoped.
Who would have thought the apocalypse could be so funny?! Evidently Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. Personally, I thought it was a great coming of age story about a boy named Adam Young.
Warning: If you are one of those people who wear a What Would Jesus Do? This is not the book for you. Just put it down and grab something by C.
The story centers around an angel and a demon who have spent thousands of years on earth together and have quite a good working relationship. Everything is running along smoothly until Crowley said demon is charged with delivering the Antichrist to his new family.
In other words, handing over the Spawn of Hell to a bunch of satanic nuns who will switch him out with a human baby who has just been born. Once the deed is done, Crowley decides to enlist Aziraphale said angel to help him stop the coming apocalypse.
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Es handelt sich um einen in sich abgeschlossenen Einzelband. Denn eines ist sicher: Es handelt sich um schnelle Lektüre.
Auch ist das Ganze so angelegt, dass man nicht wirklich langsam lesen kann. Die Handlung braucht diese Dynamik, die zügig durch die Seiten zieht, von einer Partei zur anderen zerrt und mit den Wortgefechten ständig weiter drängt.
Keine leichte Unterhaltung, dafür umso gelungener. Doch das stört mich überhaupt nicht! Denn all das ist es, was dieses Buch so genial macht.
Auch die Serienadaption lebt von dieser Atmosphäre. Ein wahrhaft fulminantes Erlebnis. Am liebsten ist mir tatsächlich der Dämon Crowley, aber auch hier lebt dieser Charakter eigentlich nicht nur von seiner eigenen Art, sondern vielmehr von dem Zusammenspiel mit Erziraphael.
So unterschiedlich sie sein mögen, so genial harmonieren sie und tragen die Geschichte. Trucker , dt.
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