Anthony J. Crowley is introduced to readers on page xiii of Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett's novel Good Omens as a demon, last in a list of Fallen Angels, more precisely described as "An Angel who did not so much Fall as Saunter Vaguely Downwards." He once did a stint in the body of a serpent. You might remember him from such paradise locales as the Garden of Eden. He went down in history after a little incident involving some gullible humans and a forbidden apple.
This page is a small little shrine to one of the most fascinating, complex, lovable, and comical characters in a novel generally populated with many fascinating, complex, lovable, and comical characters. If you're a fan of Good Omens, a fan of Pratchett or Gaiman, or maybe just a bored person looking for some good reading, I bid you enter and welcome. Please come in and learn a bit more about the demon, temptor, mischief-maker, and hellraiser who calls himself Crowley.
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Important Note: Page numbers in reference to quotations from the book refer to the 1996 Ace mass-market paperback edition. Disclaimer: Crowley, Aziraphale, and Good Omens are owned and copyrighted by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett. Excerpts and quotes from the novel Good Omens used throughout this site are reproduced without legal permission, for which I can only hang my head sheepishly and apologize. However, this is a FANSITE, meant in the name of fun, and not intended to make a profit. The lovely model in this site's header graphic is an endangered Eastern Indigo Snake, in a photograph courtesy of SeaWorld.org. Brushes used in the header graphic are courtesy of Paper Flowers.