Media and Review
Book Review: Good Omens by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman
Reviewed by Ellisha Bowman and Grace Clowrey, Year 9
Good Omens is a book about an angel and a demon who band together to prevent Armageddon. Aziraphale, the angel, and Crowley, the demon, are “hereditary enemies”, but, after 6000 years on earth together, they have become, dare we say, friends.
We highly recommend this book for people who like the fantasy, adventure, and sci-fi genres (with a romantic twist). It manages to be hilariously funny yet still stereotypically British. It is full of twists and turns, with sad parts and jokes dispersed throughout.
We hope that you will consider reading this book – you won’t regret it! The book is available from retailers such as WHSmith and Amazon.
Book Review: Finale by Stephanie Garber
By Molly Hammerton, Year 12