Though I haven’t read much of either, I’ve been a fan of Pratchett since I read the first Discworld book, and Gaiman has come into my searchlight the last few years since the release of the show based on his American Gods book. When I saw that the show based on this book was developed – and thus realizing that they had written something together – I knew I had to read it.

I like to not know too much about books that I’ve decided to read, so I basically went in blind. I knew it had to do with the end of the world, and that there was an angel and demon teaming up for some reason, but other than that I knew nothing. And that’s often best – sometimes the hype and excitement around an older book ruins it for me …more

Source: Book Review: Good Omens by Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett – Trey Stone, Author