Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman.

Number 68 on the BBC's Big Read.

Said by Eliezer Yudkowsky to be an example of writing the level above his.[1]

  1. 'Understand, I always knew that Good Omens was a great book and that I wasn't yet writing that well; it's only now that I'm staring at a Neil Gaiman short story, thinking, "I can tell that he's doing something outstandingly right here that I'm not doing, but it's hard to say exactly what..."' - Yudkowsky, 6/7/12

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