Day Fourteen - Favourite angel/demon other than Aziraphale and Crowley.  → The Metatron.

Aziraphale drew himself up. “I really feel that probity, not to say morality, demands that as a reputable businessman I should…”

"Yes, yes," said the Metatron, a shade testily. "Point taken. We shall await you then."

Day Eighteen - Another favourite quote.

"It may help to understand human affairs to be clear that most of the great triumphs and tragedies of history are caused, not by people being fundamentally good or fundamentally bad, but by people being fundamentally people."

Day Seven - A song that you associate with Good Omens.

(The book is so lighthearted and this song is so sad, but I can’t help associate the two. I’m not sure why. I feel there’s quite a morbid undertone to the story and this song fits it quite well in my head)

Day Fifteen - A favourite quote from the book.

You see, evil always contains the seeds of its own destruction,” said the angel. “It is ultimately negative, and therefore encompasses its downfall even at its moments of apparent triumph. No matter how grandiose, how well-planned, how apparently foolproof an evil plan, the inherent sinfulness will by definition rebound upon its instigators. No matter how apparently successful it may seem upon the way, at the end it will wreck itself. It will founder upon the rocks of iniquity and sink headfirst to vanish without trace into the seas of oblivion.” - Aziraphale

Day Three - Which of the Them is your favourite, and why?

Adam Young. Despite the fact that he’s the son of Satan, he still manages to have heart. He genuinely feels for nature, the environment, and humans. He takes what should’ve been absolute evil and makes it something beautiful.


Day Ten - Favourite Terry Pratchett and/or Neil Gaiman books other than Good Omens?

I haven’t read anything by Pratchett yet, except maybe a few short stories here and there. I’m currently working on American Gods, with Anansi Boys and The Graveyard Book next on the list c: I’ve read random short stories of Gaiman’s here and there in anthologies I’ve picked up over the years.