Bibliography - Terry Pratchett

Steffi

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Steffi, you should save a few for the rainy days.
We have lots of those here...no seriously...I'm not very mobile at the moment, so in between small chores I get to read.

My sons friend has raided her school library, I've just received Guards! Guards! and I'm getting some more this afternoon:p

There's nothing wrong with it...It's because I don't have it at home!
Oh! Hoopy I'm so sorry.......*gingerly pats orange dragon on back*
 

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I still haven't finished Thud yet.
Maybe I should start it again from the beginning.
 

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Harpo you should. I'm now reading Sourcery...oh it's good.

I loved Guards! Guards! finally found out a number answers in that book.
 

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I'm starting Wintersmith tonight. What's next after that?
 

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I'm not a Pratchett reader. But I noted the film (miniseries??) "Hogfather" on TV recently. I believe it's from 2006 and based on some Pratchett "Discworld" story lines. How good is it compared to his writings?

Jim
 

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PTerry himself worked on it as an advisor, with the result that it's excellent, both poignant and funny. Not as good as the book, but not bad either.
 

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Just read this thread for the first time - all this talk of 'Pyramids' - I think I'm going to have to re-read it. I loved it when I read it all those years ago but I don't think I've read it since. I've just finished reading a book and I'm waiting for my husband to finish 'Making Money' so that I can read that - I think Pyramids will be it.:D

By the way - anyone read 'Making Money' yet. Should I be looking forward to it?
 

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I quite enjoyed it. Not as good as his best, but still good nonetheless.

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One more to add to his bibliographie:

Nation - a non-Discworld book (his first since Johnny and the Bomb), to be published in the UK on 11th September 2008.
 

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Yes, I'm looking forward to that. As much as I love the Discworld series, I like to read some of his non-discworld books every now and then. Adding more to that pool can only be a good thing :)
 

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I'm actually looking forward to Pratchett's idea of footall at UU... (Unseen Academicals, right?)
 

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Great!

Now, what am I going to do until the first of October?....:rolleyes:
 
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