Maurice, der Kater
Publish date: 2008
Publisher: Zeitverlag Bucerius
Edition language: Deutsch
Discworld #28 This was a reread although it's been so long that I didn't really remember it. I think I enjoyed it more this time around, mainly because I wasn't stuck so much on it being for "younger readers" and I just really love Maurice's character. I wish he'd retire with one of the old ladies...
The piped piper comes to a town in Uberwald, but finds that he’s late to the show that features cats, rats, and stupid-looking kids talking to one another. The twenty-eighth and first young adult entry of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series, The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents finds the res...
The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents is the first young adult Discworld book. It was a short book, and a cute story, but I thought it was pretty substantial in terms of both plot and messages. The plot was certainly more substantial than many of his adult Discworld books. I didn’t think t...
Some rats eat some rubbish from the Wizards and gain sentience, along with a cat who then use a boy to pull a pied piper stunt, they've been chased from a few towns and now they're in Bad Blintz but there's something wrong here something evil and it will take Cat, Rats and boy to fix it.
One of the things I’ve always thought was very clever about the Discworld is that it’s an entire world. It’s big enough, and like the real world, diverse enough that it can cover virtually any type of story. Certainly you can parody gothic horror, classic fantasy, crime fiction and on and on. I ment...
Share this Book