Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: 1987-11-13
Pages no: 288
Edition language: English
Series: Discworld 2 (#3)
It seems every Discworld novel I read is a bit more entertaining than the last. I haven’t laughed this hard at a book since Ian Doescher penned the words [Exit, pursued by a wampa. Feminism on the Disc is really . . . well, it’s really something! I loved spending time with Granny and Esk and hardly ...
I'm an incoherent, blubbering, giggling mess after reading this. I'm also kicking myself for not having started to read these earlier. I must have highlighted over 50% of my Kindle edition, because Pratchett was such a genius at putting words together in the most amazing - dare I say magical? - ways...
Equal Rites by Terry Pratchett Book 3 of Discworld | Book 1 of Witches On Discworld, a dying wizard tries to pass on his powers to an eighth son of an eighth son, who is just at that moment being born. The fact that the son is actually a daughter is discovered just a little too late. The town ...
Description: "The last thing the wizard Drum Billet did, before Death laid a bony hand on his shoulder, was to pass on his staff of power to the eighth son of an eighth son. Unfortunately for his colleagues in the chauvinistic (not to say misogynistic) world of magic, he failed to check on the ne...
Series: Discworld #3 I'm sticking to my original rating because although the book is somewhat entertaining and there are definitely Prachettisms peppered throughout, it's basically the appendix of the Discworld. It's a mostly forgotten appendage to the Discworld cannon that only ever gets referenc...