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Gross Family argross at bigpond.net.au
Thu Mar 14 01:50:13 EST 2002



Widdy wrote:

> >Good Omens, on the other hand, is one of the funniest, most
> >enjoyable books I have _ever_ read and I give it to anyone who'll
> >listen to me. I was able to find a used hard-cover a couple of years
> >ago and I read it at least once a year. People look at me strangely
> >on the bus!

Hallie replied:

> You're preaching to the converted here. :)  I read it to both the
> girls, and Becca has reread it so often she knows chunks of it by
> heart.  And we all use "all cassettes left in cars for more than
> three weeks turn into The Best of Queen" as the perfect analogy for
> anything and everything.

You have both motivated me to read _GO_...for some reason, I have never read
anything by Pratchett (or Gaiman, for that matter).

Ros, about halfway through _TQ of A_ , and enjoying it immensely (though I
had to grit my teeth through That Scene earlier on...)

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