deaccessioned: bobbette: Good Omens is a pretty good book, but it's been overhyped by nerds worse than Monty Python and the Holy Grail. I wouldn't even say it's the best book I've read about an apocalypse. It wouldn't even crack my top 10./Sacred cows make the best hamburgerWhat books about the apocalypse would you recommend? It's looking to be a long cold winter, and I need some reading material.
greentea1985: Prank Call of Cthulhu: I'm ashamed to admit this, but I'm trying to slog through "Color of Magic," and I just don't think it's very good. It's not clever or amusing or entertaining. I don't see what the attraction is. Is there a better Discworld book I should be reading?If you are trying to get into Discworld, read Guards Guards! It's the start of the Nightwatch sub-series and in my opinion the best of the books to start the different sub-series. The other early books are not as good. Guards Guards! is where Terry Pratchett starts to hit his stride.
AdolfOliverPanties: Awesome. I just started "Good Omens" and am only about a chapter in. Sounds like I have a helluva read in front of me.
kmmontandon: Is it bad that I've got that book almost entirely memorized, including (or, rather, especially) the footnotes?
Rincewind53: All y'all who say you don't like Terry Pratchett are WRONG.
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