Publish date: 2004
Pages no: 336
Edition language: Deutsch
Reading in publication order, this is the fourth book in the Discworld series. It’s also the first book in the Death subseries. This was my favorite out of the four I’ve read so far. For the most part, I enjoyed the story and was quite interested in it. There were some slow parts, and I thought ...
I really, really hope that Pratchett's Death is death. And be nice to cats.
I am really enjoying these Discworld novels. Funny, funny stuff, and I really get a sense of an ever expanding world that is just full of possibilities from the genius of Terry Pratchett. I was laughing out loud at some of Death's interactions with people and his lines.
It seems to me that I have started reading Pratchett out of order. The first one I read, which left me impressed but wanting more, seems to have been later than this. This one appears to be the book which let Pratchett quit his day job, and by many standards probably contains more interesting twists...
Re-read. Not as good as I remember it, but still has some good moments.
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