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Ein Engel und ein Dämon müssen sich zusammenschließen, um einen Weg zu finden, die Welt zu retten. Good Omens ist eine sechsteilige Comedy-Miniserie der BBC in Kooperation mit Amazon Studios basierend auf dem erschienenen Fantasy-Roman Ein. Ein gutes Omen. Die freundlichen und zutreffenden Prophezeiungen der Hexe Agnes Spinner (Originaltitel: Good Omens. The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of​. Good Omens. Staffel 1. ()X-RayHDRUHD Ein Engel und ein Dämon, die sich etwas zu sehr an das Leben auf der Erde gewöhnt haben, müssen. Good Omens ist eine Serie von Neil Gaiman mit Michael Sheen (Aziraphale), David Tennant (Crowley). Finde hier alle News und Videos der Serie Good Omens. Die Serie "Good Omens" schafft das Unmögliche: ein Buch von Terry Pratchett in Bilder zu fassen. Co-Autor Neil Gaiman feuert ein amüsantes. Über eBooks bei Thalia ✓»Good Omens«von Nail Gaiman, Terry Pratchett & weitere eBooks online kaufen & direkt downloaden!

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Ein gutes Omen. Die freundlichen und zutreffenden Prophezeiungen der Hexe Agnes Spinner (Originaltitel: Good Omens. The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of​. Über eBooks bei Thalia ✓»Good Omens«von Nail Gaiman, Terry Pratchett & weitere eBooks online kaufen & direkt downloaden! Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Good Omens«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! Good Omens I'm simply not much of a fan of pastoral fantasies. Crowley is getting drunk in Stargate Game pub when Aziraphale's apparition appears. Aziraphale and Crowley separately contract Shadwell to locate the Antichrist. In the morning, she remembered that she should purchase some arsenic. I did most of the physical writing because:. Douglas Mackinnon directed the series. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Good Omens«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! lupicarp.eu: Good Omens [DVD] []: Movies & TV.

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Douglas Mackinnon. The angel Aziraphale and demon Crowley meet for the first time at the Garden of Eden as Adam and Eve are expelled after Crowley tempts them with an apple.

Fast forward 11 years before Armageddon. Crowley delivers the Antichrist to a satanic convent, where the baby is to be given to an American diplomat and his family.

However, a mix-up occurs and the Antichrist ends up with a middle-class English family, the Youngs. Crowley and Aziraphale meet to discuss the coming apocalypse.

Aziraphale reluctantly agrees to work with Crowley. They decide that if each works to influence the boy Warlock, whom they believe to be the Antichrist, he will be neither good nor evil, just normal.

In the present day, Crowley and Aziraphale attend his 11th birthday party, but realize they have the wrong boy when the hellhound fails to appear.

Meanwhile, the hellhound has found his master, Adam Young. Adam names him "Dog" which changes him into a small terrier , unknowingly initiating Armageddon.

Aziraphale assures his superiors Gabriel and Sandalphon all is well with the Antichrist. A parcel delivery man is sent to gather the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse ; War, in the form of a war correspondent, receives an ancient sword.

Pulsifer's descendant, Newt, meets Shadwell, a modern-day witchfinder. Visiting the former convent, now a corporate paintball retreat, Aziraphale and Crowley learn that all records were destroyed in a fire.

Drawn to Tadfield, Anathema meets Adam and his friends. Aziraphale and Crowley collide with Anathema on the road and give her a lift home.

A series of historical events highlights Aziraphale and Crowley's growing relationship ranging from Noah's Ark and the Crucifixion of Jesus through s Soho.

At some point, they strike up an arrangement which lets each do some of the other's work, saving time and travel. Inviting them inside, she discusses environmental issues, which fascinates Adam.

He leaves with a stack of magazines. Aziraphale and Crowley separately contract Shadwell to locate the Antichrist. Newt, sole member of the "army" is sent to investigate the village of Tadfield.

The second Horseman, Famine, in the form of Dr. Raven Sable, receives his package, a set of scales.

Crowley and Aziraphale meet to discuss progress on finding the Antichrist. Aziraphale sidesteps the question of knowing his whereabouts.

They argue and Aziraphale ends their "arrangement". That night, Adam falls asleep after poring over the magazines.

His latent powers cause a nuclear reactor to vanish. His controlling behavior worries his friends. Crowley, tries to talk Aziraphale into leaving Earth together.

Hard Times. Saturday Morning Funtime. The Doomsday Option. Aziraphale and Crowley race towards Tadfield airbase as they attempt to prevent Adam and the Four Horsemen from beginning the apocalypse.

But one has been discorporated and the other is trapped in a flaming motorway. Will they get there in time? Can Adam, Crowley and Aziraphale work together to fight the powers of Heaven and Hell and prevent the apocalypse?

And what fate awaits them if they do? The story reaches its conclusion, and it might just be the end of the world. Bonus: Official Trailer.

Arthur Young 6 episodes, Sian Brooke Deirdre Young 6 episodes, Ollie Dog 6 episodes, Adria Arjona Anathema Device 5 episodes, Jon Hamm Gabriel 5 episodes, Jack Whitehall Shadwell 5 episodes, Amma Ris Pepper 5 episodes, Alfie Taylor Wensleydale 5 episodes, Miranda Richardson Madame Tracy 5 episodes, Paul Chahidi Sandalphon 5 episodes, Ilan Galkoff Brian 5 episodes, Ned Dennehy Duke of Hell Hastur 5 episodes, Doon Mackichan Archangel Michael 4 episodes, Simon Merrells Uriel 4 episodes, Ariyon Bakare Beelzebub 3 episodes, Mireille Enos War 3 episodes, Brian Cox Death 3 episodes, Yusuf Gatewood Famine 3 episodes, Bill Paterson Tadfield Neighbourhood Watch 3 episodes, Lourdes Faberes Pollution 3 episodes, Jamie Hill Death Performer 3 episodes, Paul Adeyefa Demon No.

Dagon, Lord of the Files 2 episodes, Kirsty Wark Television Newsreader 2 episodes, Nick Offerman Thaddeus Dowling 2 episodes, Andre Nightingale Gate Guard 2 episodes, Nina Sosanya Immigration Official 2 episodes, Josie Lawrence Agnes Nutter 2 episodes, Jill Winternitz Harriet Dowling 2 episodes, Tim Bentinck John Device 2 episodes, Bryony Corrigan Virtue Device 2 episodes, Samson Marraccino Warlock Dowling 2 episodes, Nathan Amzi Smythe 2 episodes, Vic Waghorn Edit Storyline A tale of the bungling of Armageddon features an angel, a demon, an eleven-year-old Antichrist, and a doom-saying witch.

Edit Did You Know? Trivia According to Neil Gaiman , co-author Terry Pratchett 's last request to him before his death in was for Neil to write the screen adaptation.

Previous attempts to bring the book to television failed due to not being able to find a writer able to adapt the book while keeping its spirit and humor.

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Beelzebub [13]. Kritik schreiben. Schade, dass nach 6 Folgen schon Schluss ist. Er Das Erste Live Stream Wm Crowley repräsentieren auf der Erde Himmel und Hölle. Reiter der Apokalypse [13]. It has its weaknesses but the shortcomings are ignorable since the characters are funny, lovable and entertaining for the most partthe humour sharp and witty and the commentary on point as ever.

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Try for free. The armies of Good and Evil are amassing. The Four Horsemen are ready to ride. Everything is going according to the Divine Plan…except that someone seems to have misplaced the Antichrist.

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In the Beginning. But I just couldn't get myself to care. View all 21 comments. Feb 13, Kevin Kuhn rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy.

I wanted to get this read before I watched the new Amazon Prime series. For me this book read much more like a Terry Pratchett story, than a Neil Gaiman tale.

I was impressed that the writing style seemed to be consistent throughout. As to the story, this book has many great characters, a complex, winding plot, and plenty of charm and surprises.

I enjoyed the humor more than the story, but it never was boring. Once again, I feel compelled to explain why I am just now reading this novel, first published in Something had to give.

So I fully admit I missed an entire decade of literature, news, and music. I really got into Pearl Jam in about If you are easily offended by religious satire, you should probably skip this.

But if you enjoy clever writing, adept observations on society and life, and masterful humor, you need to read this book. Five fiery, red glowing brimstone stars from me.

Aug 03, JV semi-hiatus rated it really liked it Shelves: humour-me , fantasy , , audiobooks , best-audiobook-narrators , brit-lit. The Great War, the Last Battle.

Heaven versus Hell, three rounds, one Fall, no submission. And that'd be that. No more world. That's what the end of the world meant. Just endless Heaven or, depending who won, endless Hell.

Right, it hasn't as I'm still babbling away and giggling silly all by myself. Thank heavens I didn't listen to this audiobook "That's how it goes, you think you're on top of the world, and suddenly they spring Armageddon on you.

Thank heavens I didn't listen to this audiobook while out and about, for I devilishly fear that the public might give me a searing stare saying this guy must have lost his marbles.

Surely, I have gone crackers! Now where's that failsafe button when I needed it the most? With an endearing cast of characters, wit-laden dialogues, and brilliant British humour, phenomenal writers Pratchett and Gaiman concocts a story about the end of the world in cataclysmic hilarious proportions.

Everything seems set and the cosmic game of chess is about to happen With that comes multiple unexplainable phenomenons occurring all around the globe — the happening with the nuclear plants, surfacing of the Lost Continent of Atlantis, Tibetan monks coming out of a random hole, and then some visiting and peculiar aliens whose Earthly commentary seemed spot-on such jolly nice fellows to point it out for us : "'CO2 level up 0.

Let's just excuse the compositor's error and do mind the writer, after all, he's human too! I telle you, onne a daye laike thif Ennywone withe half an oz of Sense shoulde bee oute in the Sunneshain, ane nott Stucke here alle the liuelong dale inn thif mowldey olde By-Our-Lady Workefhoppe.

I'm sure they're made for each other. View all 85 comments. Dec 15, Lyn rated it really liked it. Madam Tracey: I can feel my spirit guide approaching.

Marge: Ooooo, this is exciting! Madam Tracey: [In a dark brown voice] How! Madam Tracey: [In the Geronimo voice] How you mean? Madam Tracey: Eh, gentlemen, please, you must concentrate … Um, hey, wait a minute; I really am feeling a presence!

Freddy Mercury: [singing] Can anybody find me, somebody to love? Neville: What?? Where did that voice come from, is that Freddy Mercury?

Terry Pratchett: Hello! What have we here? Terry: I do, as well, Neil, and how is everyone tonight?

Marge: Um, well, I wanted to speak to my deceased sister Pamela. Neville: Wait! I see, we mentioned your book Good Omens and we are here with Madam Tracey, and … Neil: And here we are, lovely to join you, also nice to see Lower Tadfield still standing after all this time, and that you remember us.

Yes, Good Omens was a first-rate occult book, full of catchy prophecies and witty Pratchett sayings.

This is because most books on witchcraft were written by men. Madam Tracey: Um, er, ah … Ron: What was so special about Good Omens that could create a spiritual gateway to open up and visit us here?

Terry: Good Omens was about the end of the world, about a spiritual conflict, but mainly about being human, and how even angels and demons, yes even the Anti-Christ can find happiness here on earth and so we should too, or some such balderdash, I recall it selling rather well.

Neville: The end of the world? Is it coming? Neil: Armageddon is scheduled to begin next week. Just messing with you! Can I join in? Good Omens was great, by the way.

How rude, Madam Tracey. View all 9 comments. Jan 11, Anne rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: jill joyce. Shelves: humor , read-in , favorites , kindle , read-in , paranormal , neil-gaiman.

I read American Gods not too long ago, and while I liked it, it didn't turn out to be as amazing as I had hoped. So I wondered if maybe I shouldn't go back and check this one out.

You know, see if it was really as good as I remembered? It was actually better. The 5 star rating stands! Good Omens is going to go down as one of my favorites.

I wouldn't say that I laughed out loud, but I snorted once or twice and smiled the whole way through. Who would have thought the apocalypse could I read American Gods not too long ago, and while I liked it, it didn't turn out to be as amazing as I had hoped.

Who would have thought the apocalypse could be so funny?! Evidently Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. Personally, I thought it was a great coming of age story about a boy named Adam Young.

This is not the book for you. Just put it down and grab something by C. The story centers around an angel and a demon who have spent thousands of years on earth together and have quite a good working relationship.

Everything is running along smoothly until Crowley said demon is charged with delivering the Antichrist to his new family. In other words, handing over the Spawn of Hell to a bunch of satanic nuns who will switch him out with a human baby who has just been born.

Once the deed is done, Crowley decides to enlist Aziraphale said angel to help him stop the coming apocalypse. Because the food and music on Earth is really good.

They have eleven years before the boy reaches his full potential , but unfortunately, due to a mix up with the Satanic switcheroo, the wrong kid gets pegged as the Antichrist and the real Antichrist gets a normal life.

There's a lot more to it than that , but you get the gist. Excellent story. Go give it whirl! Jun 17, Maggie Stiefvater rated it it was amazing Shelves: recommended.

From the four bikers of the apocalypse to adorable hell hounds, it's my absolute favorite offering from Terry Pratchett -- his humor mixed with Neil Gaiman's is absolute win in my opinion.

Because I'm only reviewing my favorite books -- not every book I read. Consider a novel's presence on my Goodreads bookshelf as a hearty endorsement.

I can't believe I just said "hearty. View 1 comment. Aug 11, Jen rated it it was ok Shelves: fantasy. I actually feel a little bad giving this 2 stars, since I see so many reviews of people who loved this book.

Unfortunately, I'm just not one of them. I usually like Pratchett's work, and there are a few comic touches that I liked here, but overall the unbelievably slow pace of the latter half of this story nearly drove me bonkers.

It skips over about 10 years in a few chapters, and then camps out at 6 hours 'til doomsday for hundreds of pages. The dialogue of the children was tiresome, and the o I actually feel a little bad giving this 2 stars, since I see so many reviews of people who loved this book.

The dialogue of the children was tiresome, and the only character remotely 3-dimensional was the demon Crowley.

I began skimming pages before giving up altogether on it a few chapters from the end. I would say it's not my style of book, but that's not true: again, I like Pratchett's other works, and I'm a Douglas Adams fan as well.

This one just didn't hit my funny bone, I guess. Jan 31, Choko rated it it was amazing Shelves: fantasy , demons , humor.

A book about free choice and nature vs nurture, some good old pondering over what is good and what is evil, commentary on our values and all together sorry state of our perceptions, all bundled up in the beautifully hilarious and stingingly clever prose of the authors, who only cement there places as some of the best of our contemporaries.

Even though I adore almost every word he puts to paper, I am still aware of the fact that he is not everyone's cup of tea.

More often it is the over-saturation of his cheek that becomes too much and people loose the underlined analysis of human behavior in which lays his greatest strength.

I would be the first one to recommend his work, but I will also be the one to warn you to space his works good time apart in order to truly savor his wisdom and turn of phrase.

After finishing any of his books I am always tempted to immediately jump into the next, but that would do me and the book a disservice.

So now I treat them as precious gems - the rarer, the more time and adoration I can lavish on each!!! And electricity, of course.

Even better if this is not your usual cup of tea: I recommend it to all!!! Potentially good, too, I suppose. Just this huge powerful potentiality waiting to be shaped.

View all 23 comments. What on Earth did I just read? I think I'll be shaking my head for a while trying to fathom this one Mar 12, Kyle Nakamura rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: anyone who doesn't take their spirituality too seriously.

This has got to be one of the funniest satires I've ever read. I suppose the closest comparison I could make is to describe it as a literary sibling to Dogma, but filtered through a distinctly British lense.

That description doesn't really do the story justice, but that film definitely hits me in the same place as the book. The whole premise, and I'm not giving much away here, begins with the accidental "mis-placement" of the infant Antichrist during a complex baby-swapping procedure intended t This has got to be one of the funniest satires I've ever read.

The whole premise, and I'm not giving much away here, begins with the accidental "mis-placement" of the infant Antichrist during a complex baby-swapping procedure intended to kick off the Apocalypse.

It's all down hill from there. This book is funny, irreverent, and at times surprisingly insightful. While some parts of the book may seem cliched or even kitschy, the book never puts up the pretense of being revolutionary or edgy.

The characters, like any melodrama, are intended to be archetypal, so even the relatively predictable changes that occur seem appropriate in the context of the story.

The surprises are really in the details, and in that regard the execution is brilliant. To give you an example, the devil Crowly drives a car in which the tape-deck will transform any tape placed in it into a copy of "Queen's Greatest Hits" within a very short period of time after one hits the play button.

That's the kind of devilry that works on many levels. View all 4 comments. May 24, J. I read this book before I tried to tackle Pratchett on his own merit, so I may have to retroactively skew this review based upon what I now know.

The book is enjoyable, but may suffer from the fact that it represents its two authors at what seems to be their most basic states.

There is no question as to the recognizability of both Gaiman's and Pratchett's respective styles here, but neither seems to add anything to the other.

One of Gaiman's weaknesses is surely his general lack of humor. Anythin I read this book before I tried to tackle Pratchett on his own merit, so I may have to retroactively skew this review based upon what I now know.

Anything that makes you laugh in his books isn't likely to qualify as a joke. While this could have been remedied by Pratchett's collaboration, his humor tends to be more groan-worthy than profound.

It seemed to me that, by collaborating, both authors felt a need to simplify and de-personalize their respective styles, which for Gaiman meant an unfortunate loss of much of his dark charm, and for Pratchett that he was even more watered down than usual.

I know a lot of people, especially fantasy fans, love this book, and I will admit that it is romp-y, easily digestible, and certainly doesn't betray the inclinations of either author.

Unfortunately, it also doesn't surpass them or create anything new or interesting. The whole is less than the sum of its respective parts. However, certainly worth a read; if only to get a fix of Gaiman while waiting for him to actually finish his next book.

I am now unsure just what part Pratchett played in Good Omens at all. My Fantasy Book Suggestions View all 31 comments.

Jan 25, Richard Derus rated it liked it. I mean, what is all this kerfuffle about the ending?! Episode 6 ended perfectly, with the loveliest touch of smarm and some real guffaws The series misses on one count, we could do with more of the Them, but really now!

Child labor laws and all that. Episode 3's epic cold open is, by itself, worth subscribing to Prime for. Episode 4's delight is Gabriel's red red robin bob-bob-bobbin' along All in all a delicious Queen of Puddings worthy of Mary Berry herself.

Book Rating: the least annoyed three stars I can muster out of five The Publisher Says : According to The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch the world's only completely accurate book of prophecies, written in , before she exploded , the world will end on a Saturday.

Next Saturday, in fact. Just before dinner. So the armies of Good and Evil are amassing, Atlantis is rising, frogs are falling, tempers are flaring.

Everything appears to be going according to Divine Plan. Except a somewhat fussy angel and a fast-living demon—both of whom have lived amongst Earth's mortals since The Beginning and have grown rather fond of the lifestyle—are not actually looking forward to the coming Rapture.

And someone seems to have misplaced the Antichrist. My Review : The Son of Satan is coming, and that's gonna be that.

Except the angel who's supposed to defeat him and the demon who's supposed to make sure he triumphs have mainstreamed and don't much feel like giving up their cush jobs.

HQ on both sides isn't having any, and hijinks ensue. Workman had a big push on to make the book a hit I loved it as street theater, and bought the book because I liked their energetic promotion of it.

I chuckled several times, laughed out loud once, and put the book away from until it was lost in the move in , and never once in 18 years remembered that I owned it or had read it.

I found the above para and was mildly surprised I'd bothered to review such a slight bagatelle of a book. But credit where credit is due: The fact that Pestilence, one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, retired when penicillin was introduced and was replaced by Pollution, made me laugh and laugh hard.

Nov 13, Ahmad Sharabiani rated it really liked it Shelves: fiction , humor , fantasy , british , 20th-century , novels. It is the coming of the End Times: the Apocalypse is near, and Final Judgement will soon descend upon the human species.

This comes as a bit of bad news to the angel Aziraphale who was the guardian of the Eastern Gate of Eden and the demon Crowley who, when he was originally named Crawly, was the serpent who tempted Eve to eat the apple , respectively the representatives of Heaven and Hell on Earth, as they have become used to living their cosy, comfortable lives and have, in a perverse way, taken a liking to humanity.

As such, since they are good friends despite ostensibly representing the polar opposites of Good and Evil , they decide to work together and keep an eye on the Antichrist, destined to be the son of a prominent American diplomat stationed in Britain, and thus ensure he grows up in a way that means he can never decide between Good and Evil, thereby postponing the end of the world.

View all 3 comments. In the beginning, there were a few words, and the words were with Neil Gaiman, and he saw that they were good words, so he passed them on to Terry Pratchett, so that he could make light of them.

And it was morning and Neil slept and Terry wrote and it was night and Terry slept and Neil wrote - the first chapter.

Thus or similarly, for the book in the book is only rarely cited directly! She would also have said if she had been bles In the beginning, there were a few words, and the words were with Neil Gaiman, and he saw that they were good words, so he passed them on to Terry Pratchett, so that he could make light of them.

The reason holy books aren't funny is that they haven't gained the required level of sophistication yet - they take themselves too literally and too seriously, and that is stylistical suicide, as we all know from listening to the holy books' human personifications - the preachers and politicians - which is why they are better suited to be comic material than comedy show producers.

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Holiday Picks. What to Stream on Prime Video. Clear your history. Crowley 6 episodes, Aziraphale 6 episodes, Adam Young 6 episodes, Arthur Young 6 episodes, Deirdre Young 6 episodes, Dog 6 episodes, Anathema Device 5 episodes, Gabriel 5 episodes, Shadwell 5 episodes, Pepper 5 episodes, Wensleydale 5 episodes, Madame Tracy 5 episodes, Sandalphon 5 episodes, Brian 5 episodes, Duke of Hell Hastur 5 episodes, Archangel Michael 4 episodes, Uriel 4 episodes, Duke of Hell Ligur 4 episodes, Beelzebub 3 episodes, War 3 episodes, Death 3 episodes, Famine 3 episodes, Tadfield Neighbourhood Watch 3 episodes, Pollution 3 episodes, Death Performer 3 episodes, Dagon, Lord of the Files 2 episodes, Television Newsreader 2 episodes, Thaddeus Dowling 2 episodes, Gate Guard 2 episodes, Immigration Official 2 episodes, Agnes Nutter 2 episodes, Harriet Dowling 2 episodes, John Device 2 episodes, Virtue Device 2 episodes, Warlock Dowling 2 episodes,

So if Crowley and Aziraphale are going to stop it from happening, they've Game Of Thrones Staffel 5 Episode 1 Stream Deutsch to Husky Schäferhund Mischling and kill the AntiChrist which is a shame, really, as he's a nice kid. Der Dreh begann im September [9] und dauerte bis Februardie Postproduktion noch bis zum Jahresende. Weitere Bewertungen einblenden Weniger Bewertungen einblenden. Mai Heide Bartholomäus. Pratchett und Gaiman hatten schon seit dem Erscheinen des Romans eine mögliche filmische Adaption geplant. Eigenständige Romane. Nach wenigen Minuten genervt abgebrochen. But during all this time, they become friends and come to enjoy human things, like food and entertainment. Good Omens Aziraphel and Serien Stream Riverdale Deutsch, an angel and Kasia Lenhardt respectively, are tasked to do angelic and demonic things on Earth. And someone seems to have misplaced the Antichrist. Tempers are flaring, and everything appears to be going to Divine Plan. Gabriel [24]. Kategorien : Literarisches Werk Literatur William Oswald.

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Das erste Ziel von It was terribly entertaining and simply enjoyable, can absolutely recommend : weniger. Der Antichrist wächst nach der Säuglingsverwechslung frei und unbehelligt in einem liebevollen englischen Elternhaus auf und entwickelt sich so bis zu seinem elften Geburtstag auch ohne das Eingreifen Erziraphaels und Crowleys zum gutherzigen Jungen. Deutschsprachige Erstveröffentlichung.

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