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    Book Review: Good Omens

    by The style reminds me more of Pratchett than of Gaiman, but that might be because I’ve read far more of Mr. Pratchett’s work. But I have enjoyed what I’ve rad by Mr. Gaiman, so with Terry’s name on it as well, I’m honestly not sure why I’ve never picked this up before. As our story begins, the hosts of heaven and hell are getting reading for the final brawl, the last battle, the war to settle things once and for all. But then the antichrist gets swapped with the wrong baby and one of the primary earthly agents on each side has grown rather attached to humanity. In fact,…