Terry Pratchett. Small Gods
Small Gods is the thirteenth of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld novels, published in 1992. It tells the origin of the god Om, and his relations with his prophet, the reformer Brutha. In the process, it satirises religious institutions, people, and practices, and the role of religion in political life.
The audio codec Ogg Vorbis is named after the character Exquisitor Vorbis in Small Gods.