A Discworld Night Watch story. Although the Night Watch is now the city watch, and this isn’t set in the city… still. That’s what it is :) It is almost pointless to review this book. I mean, surely if I … Continue reading
Also known as “Sir Terence David John Pratchett, OBE” Terry Pratchett is one of my favourite authors. His Discworld series is wonderful.
His first book The Carpet People, was published in 1971, and since his first Discworld novel (The Colour of Magic) was published in 1983, he has written two books a year on average. (wikipedia)
You’ll also need to pay a visit to L-Space if you are a Pratchett fan.
ISBN: 9780552549059 ; Annotations on L-Space Some things start before other things. Tiffany Aching lives up on The Chalk of Discworld, in a rural shepherding community. She was the youngest of her family, until the baby brother was born, now … Continue reading
It was midnight in Ankh-Morpork’s Royal Museum.
In the back streets of Ankh-Morpork football is king. And those “Faces” in the shove, or crowd, are just as important as the players. After all, no one really ever sees the game itself, apart from the odd and fleeting glimpse. And in the shove Trev Likely is a name people know, he is Dave Likely’s son after all, Dave Likely the man who scored four goals! and ended up kicked to death in a game. Trev has promised his mum he won’t ever play the game. But now Vetinari is taking an interest. Football has always been frowned on, but now it is being updated and modernised. And wizards of the Unseen University are taking centre stage. Continue reading
ISBN: 9780552154901 A Discworld novel. LibraryThing : More reviews They lay in the dark, guarding. There was no way of measuring the passage of time, not any inclination to measure it. We first met Moist Von Lipwig back in Going … Continue reading
A Discworld novel ; ISBN: 0552152676 Lspace wiki ; Grumpy Old Bookman ; One More Chapter Relations between dwarfs and trolls have never been all that great, but, with the death of an influential dwarf community leader it seems that … Continue reading
Moist Von Lipwig has just become Postmaster General, even escaped death to do so, the only problem is that the Post Office is more than a little run down. And full to bursting point with undelivered letters. Not to mention … Continue reading
ISBN: 0552149411By my count this is the 28th Discworld novel, although if you include the “Younger Readers’” discworld books then you get 30. So take your pick, I don’t think it really makes much of a difference what number it … Continue reading