Bibliography - Terry Pratchett

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Discworld
1. The Colour of Magic (1983)
2. The Light Fantastic (1986)
3. Equal Rites (1987)
4. Mort (1987)
5. Sourcery (1988)
6. Wyrd Sisters (1988)
7. Pyramids (1989)
8. Guards! Guards! (1989)
9. Eric (1990)
10. Moving Pictures (1990)
11. Reaper Man (1991)
12. Witches Abroad (1991)
13. Small Gods (1992)
14. Lords and Ladies (1992)
15. Men at Arms (1993)
16. Soul Music (1994)
17. Interesting Times (1994)
18. Maskerade (1995)
19. Feet of Clay (1996)
20. Hogfather (1996)
21. Jingo (1997)
23. Carpe Jugulum (1998)
Death Trilogy (omnibus) (1998)
22. The Last Continent (1998)
The City Watch (omnibus) (1999)
The Colour of Magic / The Light Fantastic (omnibus) (1999)
24. The Fifth Elephant (1999)
Gods Trilogy (omnibus) (2000)
25. The Truth (2000)
The Last Hero (2001) (with Paul Kidby)
26. Thief of Time (2001)
27. Night Watch (2002)
28. Monstrous Regiment (2003)
29. Going Postal (2004)
30. Thud! (2005)
31. Making Money (2007)
The Last Hero (2001)
Unseen Academicals (2009)
Snuff (2011)
Raising Steam (2013)

Bromeliad
1. Truckers (1988)
2. Diggers (1990)
3. Wings (1990)
The Bromeliad (omnibus) (1998)



Johnny Maxwell
1. Only You Can Save Mankind (1992)
2. Johnny and the Dead (1993)
3. Johnny and the Bomb (1996)
The Johnny Maxwell Trilogy (omnibus) (1997)



Discworld (Childrens)
1. Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents (2001)
2. The Wee Free Men (2003)
3. A Hat Full of Sky (2004)
4. Wintersmith (2006)
I Shall Wear Midnight (2010)
The Shepherd's Crown (2015)

Novels
The Carpet People (1971)
The Dark Side of the Sun (1976)
Strata (1981)
The Unadulterated Cat (1989) (with Gray Joliffe)
Good Omens (1990) (with Neil Gaiman)
Nation (2008)
Dodger (2012)


Plays
Going Postal: Stage Adaptation (2005)
Jingo: Stage Adaptation (2005)

Lots more plays - actually, about half of them exist as plays or screenplays

Collections
Once More* with Footnotes (2004)



Non fiction series
Discworld (Non fiction)
The Science of Discworld (1992) (with Jack Cohen and Ian Stewart)
Streets of Ankh Morpork (1993)
The Discworld Companion (1994)
The Pratchett Portfolio (1996)
Discworld's Ankh-Morpork City Watch Diary (1998)
The Discworld: Day-to-Day Calendar (1998)
A Tourist Guide to Lancre (1998) (with Stephen Briggs, Paul Kidby)
Death's Domain: A Discworld Mapp (1999) (with Paul Kidby)
Discworld - Mini Calendar 2000 (1999)
Discworld Assassins' Guild Yearbook and Diary 2000 (1999)
Nanny Ogg's Cookbook (1999) (with Stephen Briggs, Tina Hannan)
The Discworld Calendar: 2001 (2000)
0. The Discworld Fools' Guild Yearbook and Diary 2001 (2000)
The Discworld Mapp (2000) (with Stephen Briggs)
Discworld Also (2001)
The Discworld Calendar: 2002 (2001)
The Discworld Fools' Guild Yearbook and Diary 2002 (2001)
Discworld Thieves' Guild Diary 2002 (2001)
Discworld Guild Diary 2003 (2002)
The New Discworld Companion (2002)
The Science of Discworld II: The Globe (2002)
Discworld Calendar 2004 (2003)
The Art of Discworld (2004) (with Paul Kidby)
The Celebrated Discworld Almanac (2004)
Discworld Calendar 2005 (2004)
The Science of Discworld III: Darwin's Watch (2005)
The Ankh-Morpork Post Office Handbook: Discworld Diary 2007 (2006) (with Stephen Briggs)
Lu Tze's Yearbook of Enlightenment 2008: Discworld Diary 2008 (2007)


Discworld (picture book)
Where's My Cow? (2005)
The World of Poo (2012)
and there were illustrated versions of several discworld books, like Eric, and The Last Hero


Long Earth (with Stephen Baxter)
1. The Long Earth (2012)
2. The Long War (2013)
3. The Long Mars (2014)
4. The Long Utopia (2015)
5. The Long Cosmos (2016)

Postumous
A Slip of the Keyboard: Collected Nonfiction (2015)
A Blink of the Screen: Collected Short Fiction (2014)
Dragons at Crumbling Castle: And Other Tales (2016)
Father Christmas’s Fake Beard (2017)
The Witch's Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories (2017)




 
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He has also written, 'The amazing maurice and his educated rodents'
 

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Listed like that it makes you think about how much Terry Pratchett has wrote. 78 books in your list?
 

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Listed like that it makes you think how commercial Discworld is. They're great books, but the spinoff list gets pretty extensive.
 

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At least he's alive to enjoy it, and presumably authorizes it. Unlike some authors I could name; Lord of the Rings socks! Pah!:(
 
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I've now read 25 of the books since xmas, I'm now on my 26th...Pyramids.

I have also just read Wintersmith....the 3rd of the Tiffany Aching Series.

I am having soooo much fun..:D :D :D

...and I haven't bought 1 yet they've been borrowed from friends and a very helpfull library.
 

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Slow down, Steffi! You'll be reduced to the rest of us addicts, shortly: gnashing our teeth at the wait for the next book!:p
I hope you like Pyramids - one of my very, very favourites!
 
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Slow down, Steffi! You'll be reduced to the rest of us addicts, shortly: gnashing our teeth at the wait for the next book!:p
I hope you like Pyramids - one of my very, very favourites!
I'm really enjoying it so far.....I can't put them down, they ARE addictive.
 

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One of the great things about pratchett is that its possible, once finishing all of them, to happily start again! Possibly enjoying them even more every time you read them :p
 

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And I've found that just looking up a reference in one is enough to start me off again. And read one, and that's me off on the series again!
 

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I know exactly what you guys are saying. It's very much like eating chocolate, once you start hard to stop. If I had more time I would've read them all by 3 rounds!

Steffi, you should save a few for the rainy days.:p
 

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All my Terry Pratchett books are at home...I have another three weeks until I can get to them!!

But then I have five blissful weeks in which to read them. Woot! :D
 

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But then I have five blissful weeks in which to read them. Woot! :D
Yeah - you'll need something to read between posts, at your home - unless you got your way with Broadband?*hopefully......*
 

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Oh, DAMN, I forgot about that!

*Cries*

I'm going to go INSANE! So, yes, I'll need Terry Pratchett, just to keep me going...
 

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Sorrysorrysorrysorrysorrysorrysorrysorry- don't cry!

You've still got three weeks fastpost!

*Kicks himself hard:(:(:(*
 

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See, we're getting close to the point where you don't mention the B-word to me.

There's nothing wrong with it...It's because I don't have it at home!

Which means I can't be on the internet for about a tenth as long as I am now...otherwise I'll run up a huge phone bill.

*Sob*
 
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