Good Omens

Katarina Hjärpe head_overheels at hotmail.com
Mon Dec 13 07:05:26 EST 2004


Does anyone know why "William" became an "Adam"? As I've heard it, William 
the Antichrist was the working title for Good Omens. What I don't know is 
why it was changed.

Katta

>
>Them are a pretty close take off of William's gang (Henry, Ginger and 
sundry
>others), so I suspect they're focussed more closely on the 20s or 30s.
>
> >
> > I have just been reading the Amazon reviews of Good Omens
> > (ODWJ - Neil Gaiman is a fan) and someone complains that the
> > Them don't sound/act like modern 11 year olds. That's the
> > point... isn't it? Like Aziraphal (or however he's spelled; I
> > don't have the book beside me) the Them are focussed on 1950.
> >
> > Sallyo
>
>
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