Dragons at Crumbling Castle: And Other Tales
Publish date: 2015-02-03
Publisher: Clarion Books
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
I'm quite fond of Pratchett's writing for younger readers, so even though these stories aren't as well crafted as his more mature writing, they definitely contain the same sort of sensibility and humor as the rest of his work.Library copy
This is a book of cute stories that Terry Pratchett wrote over the years and only curated a little bit before his death. They range from the initial tales of The Carpet People through stories of the people of Gritshire and Blackbury (who seem to have a great many travel adventures. There are dragons...
I've only started reading Pratchett seriously but I did love his Amazing Maurice, so I put a hold on this at the library before it came out. I'm not a huge fan of short stories but on the whole I rather enjoyed this. One of the running categories of stories I liked were the ones about the town of ...
Dragons at Crumbling Castle is a collection of stories that Pratchett wrote as a teen for a local newspaper, repurposed and republished all these years later as a children’s book.And it actually works rather well.All of the stories in this collection are playfully silly, irreverently whimsical and u...
Terry Pratchett sits fairly high up on my list of must-read authors. His brand of writing, with its wit and whimsy, never fails to delight me. That meant, of course, that I wanted to read his Middle Grade short story compilation the minute I knew it existed. I was thrilled by the fact that these wer...