Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 1987-11-13
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Series: Discworld 2 (#3)
My Square Markers: Black Kitty: Read but not called Black Vignette: Called but not read Black Kitty in Black Vignette: Read and Called Current Status of Spreadsheet: Books Read / Listened to - Update 1: Terry Pratchett: Equal Rites The first book of the Witches subseries and one of the e...
Full review on The Bent Bookworm![b:Equal Rites|34507|Equal Rites (Discworld, #3; Witches #1)|Terry Pratchett|https://d2arxad8u2l0g7.cloudfront.net/books/1407706800s/34507.jpg|583611] is the third Discworld book, but the first Witches sub-series book (the first two books were in the Rincewind sub-se...
My second ever Discworld novel, this one started out strongly with a lot great humour and some great one-liners, but it sort of petered out for me about mid-way. The wizard Drum Billet knows that he will soon die and travels to a place where the eighth son of an eighth son is about to be born, but...
"There are storms that are frankly theatrical, all sheet lightning and metallic thunder rolls. There are storms that are tropical and sultry, and incline to hot winds and fireballs. But this was a storm of the Circle Sea plains, and its main ambition was to hit the ground with as much rain as possib...
Finished this up today. Not quite as riveting as the first two Discworld books, by which I mean that I didn't feel compelled to devour it within hours. It actually took me an embarrassingly long time to realize that the reason it didn't seem as funny is because all of the jokes were about sex. Once ...