The Sacred and the Profane/Nightmare Fuel
"I'll give you ten seconds," said Zirah. His eyes were lit with bright, childlike delight.
- Reading this immediately after Good Omens itself is extraordinarily disturbing, because you know that this isn't the way things should go; please God make it stop, but it doesn't stop and in this story, this is the was it goes.
- Most painful might be the dichotomy between Aziraphale, who insists on helping people he has to hypnotise, and Zirah, who happily kills babies.