I was inspired to read Good Omens by our Middlemarch Madness voting this year, in which an unknown-to-me Neil Gaiman character (Anathema Device) made it pretty far. The book, a joint venture between Gaiman and Terry Pratchett, tells the story of the imminent apocalypse through the eyes of a slew of delightfully quirky characters.
Last night we looked at the nominees for the YA SciFi/Fantasy division of our upcoming Middlemarch bracket competition. We have our top 16, which I’ll reveal after the cut. It was close among everyone in the top spots, except for Hermione (80% of you voted for her) and Meg Murray, who both got at least […]