“What did you think would happen?” Crowley demanded. “If you told me? Finding the boy and stopping Armageddon was my idea from the beginning. You had to be talked into it! What did you think I was going to do if you told me you’d found him?”
“I don’t know!” Aziraphale cried. “You were very keen on killing him—perhaps I thought you would make me do it.”
“When,” Crowley said, “in the entire course of history, have I ever been able to make you do anything?”
On the last night of their lives, Crowley and Aziraphale uncover some lies and unleash some truths.
Aziraphale would give anything to go back and do it differently.
Crowley will take anything he can get.
Bookmarked by Mallarose
22 Sep 2019