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Night Watch (Discworld, #29) - Terry Pratchett, Stefan Rudnicki, Gabrielle de Duir, Harlan Ellison
Night Watch (Discworld, #29)
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ISBN: 9781574535341 (157453534X)
Publisher: Phoenix Audio
Edition language: English
Series: Discworld 2 (#29)
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Murder by Death
Murder by Death rated it
3.5 Night Watch
I'm probably not doing this book justice with my rating, but as much as I think the writing is brilliant, it dragged for me badly. I started it thinking it would work for my werewolf square in bingo, and by the time I realised it definitely wasn't (Agula the werewolf is only mentioned and never ap...
mattries37315 rated it
4.0 Night Watch (Discworld #29, Watch #6)
The past and future of Ankh-Morpork revolve around the efforts of His Grace Sir Sam Vimes, Commander of the City Watch, and he doesn’t like it one bit. Night Watch, the sixth book focusing on the City Watch and twenty-ninth overall book of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series finds Vimes dealing with...
YouKneeK rated it
3.5 Review: Night Watch (Discworld Book 34 of 53ish)
Night Watch is the 6th book in the Watch subseries of Discworld. Surprisingly, I enjoyed this one pretty well. I say “surprisingly” because, as I’ve said in other reviews, Vimes often gets on my nerves. This book focuses on him very heavily, more than any other book since the first Watch book. ...
Linda78 rated it
2.5 Night Watch (Discworld #1; City Watch #6)
Pratchett was clearly a master of sarcasm and irony, but this one didn't grab me like Reaper Man did. I didn't find Sam Vimes particularly engaging, and there could've been a lot more done with the time travel aspect than was used here. Carcer was set up as this horrible villain and enemy but he bar...
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3.0 Night Watch (Discworld Novels)
Unlike most Discworld novels, Night Watch has a far more serious tone. This often occurs at the expense of humor, and frequently goes as far as being sad or tragic. It was a risky experiment on Pratchett's part, and while it largely succeeds, it's not quite up to the level of his best work. We fo...
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