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  • I think Good Omens is his best single book, although it doesn't claim my affection like the Discworld series.

    If men can fall, why cant orcs rise?

  • Good Omens is one of my favorite books of all time.

    SF/F Humor Roundup at SF Novelists

  • If you’d like to delve into the funnier side of fiction for yourself, Dale freely recommends any or all of the following: Lamb (or anything else) by Christopher Moore, anything Terry Pratchett ever wrote though Good Omens is a step above the rest, and To Say Nothing of the Dog by Connie Willis — and that’s just to whet the appetite. from → Dale Challener Roe

    Putting Humour in its Place « Write Anything

  • Some of my favourite and most re read books are ones that manage to slip in real emotion but also make me laugh coffee through my nose (Good Omens is one I go back to about once a year, like a reading reset button when I can’t seem to get into anything).

    SF/F Humor Roundup at SF Novelists

  • "Good Omens" (novel, 1990) - Gaiman co-wrote "Omens" with Terry Prachett, another major British author best known for his Discworld novel series.

    The Crimson White

  • in time we were joined by ishmael02 and moriarty6, when he got a break. and in the course of the evening it was discovered that ryan has never read Good Omens which is a crying shame--possibly a criminal one and that ishmael wanted to meet the goth cat of doom...so we adjourned to my apartment just up the hill.

    cheesy weekend goodness

  • "Omens" are observed; tripping as one lands is lucky (as with our

    The Danish History, Books I-IX

  • The new team sets out to find the Book of Omens, to unite Third Earth, but Lion-O seems to be more bent on exacting revenge on Mumm-Ra.

    ThunderCats Sneak Peek: WilyKit and Kat Meet Lion-O, the Fishmen

  • I also want to second the recommendations for the Wheel of Time series, the Terry Pratchett books (my favorites are Equal Rites, Thud, and Mort), Good Omens, American Gods, The Once and Future King, Redwall, etc.

    Building a Comprehensive SF&F Collection

  • Pratchett and Gaiman in Good Omens makes me laugh out loud every time I read it.

    MIND MELD: The Funniest Writers in the History of SF/F

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