terry pratchett

  1. Pyan

    Sir Terence David John Pratchett

    Terry Pratchett would have been 75 today. Taken far too early, sadly missed.
  2. The Judge

    Some early short stories to be (re-)published

    Sir Terry's unfinished work was destroyed, but it seems we'll soon be able to buy some short stories of his which we're unlikely to have read, as they were published in a regional newspaper under a pseudonym, and are now to be brought out in a new anthology...
  3. The Big Peat

    Small Gods by Sir Terry Pratchett

    By way of introductory remarks, let me state that I’ve been sitting on the chance to review Terry Pratchett’s Small Gods for a while, savouring the chance to have my say about one of the most universally respected Discworld books. The reason for that respect lies equally in the premise and the...
  4. Cat's Cradle

    Official Biography Released

    Hello, everyone. I searched but couldn't find mention of the new, official biography being released today about Mr. Pratchett (his daughter has endorsed it, and it says 'Official' on the cover!). Its name is Terry Pratchett, A Life With Footnotes, and it was written (or completed) by Rob Wilkins...
  5. Pyan

    Alien Christmas - Terry Pratchett

    Found this in a link from Ansible #50 Alien Christmas - Beccon '87 - After-Dinner Speech by Terry Pratchett
  6. M. Robert Gibson

    Terry Pratchett vs Dr Who

    Just found an old article from Terry Pratchett and his thoughts on Dr Who. Apologies if it's been posted before https://www.gamesradar.com/guest-blog-terry-pratchett-on-doctor-who/
  7. Werthead

    The Discworld Series by Terry Pratchett

    Discworld #1: The Colour of Magic by Terry Pratchett
  8. Vertigo

    The Long Mars by Stephen Baxter and Terry Pratchett

    The third book in the Long Earth series, Long Mars continues the story of humanity’s discovery, exploration and exploitation of the multi-universe parallel Earths and now Marses (as a word never designed to be pluralised this is what the authors went with). It’s hard to know what more to say as...
  9. Vertigo

    Unseen Academicals by Terry Pratchett

    Football is the main focus of Unseen Academicals but, as always, all sorts of other subjects receive broadsides from Terry Pratchett’s satirical pen along the way. The staff of Unseen University must field a football team to launch a new and somewhat more controlled style of football as compared...
  10. Bick

    Bick's thoughts on the Discworld novels

    I was in the middle of reading other books, and had quite different plans, and then I made the mistake of picking up a Discworld book and read a few pages, found myself dragged into it and ended up reading it in a day or so. I then pulled the next one down off the shelf and read that similarly...
  11. AE35Unit

    Lords and Ladies-Terry Pratchett

    This is Pratchett's second Witches book, the first being Witches Abroad (1989). In this book Magrat Garlick, the youngest of the 3, is to be married to King Verence and must learn how to Queen. Meanwhile the Lancre Morris Dancers are preparing for an entertainment for the wedding party and...
  12. Brian G Turner

    Great Terry Pratchett quotes

    A few articles doing the rounds in the papers - the Guardian does a nice short, one: http://www.theguardian.com/books/booksblog/2015/mar/12/terry-pratchett-in-quotes-15-of-the-best ...but Goodreads is much more comprehensive: https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/1654.Terry_Pratchett My...
  13. Vladd67

    Sad news: Terry Pratchett dies, age 66.

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/celebritynews/11467688/Sir-Terry-Pratchett-dies-aged-66.html
  14. Perpetual Man

    Review: the long earth by terry pratchett and stephen baxter

    Terry Pratchett is so well known for his Discworld novels that it is hard to know how to react when he steps out from under their shadow and tries something totally different. This is very much the case where he teams up with noted science fiction writer Stephen Baxter to write the Long Earth...
  15. S

    Arise Sir Terry Pratchett

    3rd January 2009 03:52 PM Brian Turner Terry Pratchett is now Sir Terry Pratchett, after the New Year Honours list awarded him a knighthood for “services to literature”. Terry Pratchett was said to be “flabbergasted” at the honour. It comes only a year after it was revealed he had...
  16. S

    Pratchett wins Galaxy Award

    13th November 2010 11:22 PM Elaine Frei Sir Terry Pratchett, the fantasy writer best known for his Discworld series, was named a winner of the Outstanding Achievement Award at the Galaxy National Book Awards on 10 November. This is the first year that the Outstanding Achievement Award was...
  17. ctg

    Sir Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter - Long War

    How lucky am I? Mrs Ctg spent a bit of money to acquire tickets to the only appearance of Sir Pratchett this year. Is anybody else coming?
  18. booksforlunch

    Terry Pratchett: My daughter Rhianna will take over the Discworld when I'm gone

    Via The New Statesman: http://www.newstatesman.com/culture/2012/11/terry-pratchett-my-daughter-rhianna-will-take-over-discworld-when-im-gone From the source: Thoughts and reactions?
  19. Werthead

    The Discworld Series by Terry Pratchett

    So begins my attempt to reread all of the Discworld books to date (apart from MAKING MONEY, which I read fairly recently, and the YA books, which I haven't read before). The Colour of Magic
  20. Werthead

    Nation by Terry Pratchett

    Terry Pratchett had been talking about a book called Nation he'd really wanted to write for almost half a decade when he was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's. According to rumour, he'd already begun working on the next Tiffany Aching Discworld novel, I Shall Wear Midnight, but upon hearing...
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