Book:The Quite Nice and Fairly Accurate Good Omens Script Book
|The Quite Nice and Fairly Accurate Good Omens Script Book|
|Publication date||21st May 2019|
|All data relates to the first UK edition.|
The Quite Nice and Fairly Accurate Good Omens Script Book is one of two companion books produced for the Good Omens TV Series along with The Nice and Accurate Good Omens TV Companion.
The Quite Nice and Fairly Accurate Good Omens Script Book contains much that is new and revelatory and even several scenes that are not actually in the final television series.
Neil Gaiman's glorious reinvention of the iconic bestseller Good Omens is adapted from the internationally beloved novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman and is soon to be a massive new TV launch on Amazon Prime Video and the BBC. The series is written and show-run by Neil himself and stars David Tennant, Michael Sheen, Jon Hamm and Miranda Richardson, to name but a few.
Before he died in 2015, Terry Pratchett asked Neil Gaiman to make a television series of the internationally beloved novel they wrote together about the end of the world.
And so, Neil began to write. And continued to write until he had six episodes that brought an angel, Aziraphale and a demon, Crowley (the only things standing between us and the inevitable Armageddon), to life for the screen.
Contained between the covers of this book are the scripts that Neil wrote, which later turned into some of the most extraordinary television ever made. Take a tour behind the scenes with a text that reveals the secrets of the show, still has the missing bits and, sometimes, asks for the impossible. Step backstage and see the magic for yourself. You may just learn as much from the scenes that never made the final cut, as from those that did.
Two special editions were produced by the bookshop Waterstones:
- A regular edition with an additional deleted scene.
- A Deluxe Edition with white cloth board covers, four short additional deleted scenes and 'Scribbles on Set' by artist Lorna May Wadsworth, a series of black and white sketches drawn on the set of Good Omens.