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    a post-apocalyptic post-canon series about the husbands, their reluctantly adopted children (ethereal, occult or otherwise) and life in retirement

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    02 Dec 2019

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    For three centuries, Crowley has been reincarnated over and over as a human with no memory of his past. Aziraphale has tried to find a way to restore him to his true self, but all he seems to do is hurt them both. This time, he only means to steal a brief moment when he walks into Crowley's flower shop. But Crowley can't let it go...

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    01 Dec 2019

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    For three centuries, Crowley has been reincarnated over and over as a human with no memory of his past. Aziraphale has tried to find a way to restore him to his true self, but all he seems to do is hurt them both. This time, he only means to steal a brief moment when he walks into Crowley's flower shop. But Crowley can't let it go...

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    01 Dec 2019

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    Violist Aziraphale Fell and clarinettist Anthony J Crowley, from rival conservatoires at opposite ends of the country, met on one fateful National Youth Orchestra season—on a tour, in fact, where all kinds of things can happen. They're very happy with the way things are going at present—their relationship is flourishing, despite the judging looks of their feud-locked peers, and all seems right with the world.
    However, it only takes one small thing to bring a whole host of latent tensions in the orchestra to the surface—particularly as it's now three years after Aziraphale and Crowley first met. That's right, it's another tour season, a heady orchestral month where emotions run high, plots grow thick, and both delight and disaster are only a step away. With rumours flying that one particularly headstrong musician will challenge the conductor for rhythmic control of the orchestra, can our boys save the final concert of the tour, or will their performance of Shostakovich's 10th Symphony be more accurately described with the title of Bruckner's 8th—"Apocalyptic"?

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    01 Dec 2019

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    01 Dec 2019