Obviously, I loved Crowley a lot. His friendship with Aziraphale was unique and funny. They were supposed to be counterparts of each other, the good and the evil; But… with the length of time they have stayed on Earth in human form, they somewhat lost their purpose. They became friends. They don’t admit it, but I believe they were bestfriends. =P
This is a pencil sketch of the sleek and cunning Crowley. While I was reading, in my mind they were both in their early twenties. Can’t help it, I’m a lover of youth. I can imagine how baby-faced and innocent Aziraphale is, and how flashy Crowley’s Bentley is.
I must read it again, so I can provide a good review.
Have you read Good Omens? Who do you like most – gentle Aziraphale or cunning Crowley?
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