And When He Falls

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Title: And When He Falls
Author(s): torch
Date(s): 27 July 1999
Length: 1,234 words
Genre: slash fanfiction
Fandom: Good Omens
External Links: And When He Falls (The Flambeau Factory)
And When He Falls (AO3)

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And When He Falls is a Good Omens slash story by torch.

Summary: There are many ways to celebrate having avoided the apocalypse.

Recs and Reviews

Wow. It's been ages. It has, in fact, been all summer. And quite an interesting summer, at that. Which would be why I've fallen behind in my story recommending duties -- so unless you want to hear about my summer at length, I suggest you don't wonder aloud about the lag-time. Here, at any rate, is the newest batch of stories I don't feel any human being should be forced to live without, as well as a few generic non-fiction non-fannish recommendations.

(Good Omens, Slash) This first one is what I get for giving in to boredom -- and I have to say up front, torch is the only writer I truly believe could have done this. It's hilarious and the voices are perfect and I'm not entirely sure she isn't going to Hell for it -- but if she does, at least she'll be in fairly good company.

And When He Falls -- Torch. (C/A)

Good Omens is a novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman -- yet another combination that should rightly strike fear into the hearts of all fans of absurdity. The blurb on the back reads:

We hear the world will end on a Saturday. Next Saturday, in fact. Just before dinner. Unfortunately, Sister Mary Loquacious of the Chattering Order has misplaced the Antichrist. The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse ride motorcycles. And the representatives from Heaven and Hell have decided they actually like the human race...
In short, this is a recommendation of the book as well as the story torch has based on it. Read both. Crowley/Aziraphale slash. [grin] If that's not a sign of the End Times, I don't know what is.[1]


  1. ^ Merry. Radio Free - Unplugged: Multi-fandom Fiction Recommendations, 12 August 1999. (Accessed 19 April 2016)