Publish date: January 16th 2014
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, High Fantasy
, European Literature
, British Literature
Series: Discworld (#7)
Pratchett vs. Egypt? Guess who wins?What happens when an assassin inherits a kingdom that is stuck in the past? Read this to find out.In fact, I think Pratchett might have been on to something
I'll never look at camels the same way again. The trouble I guess with this is...well, we have this hero, who becomes the king. He's trained with the Assassins' Guild and...other than a few displays of his sneaking skills, we don't really see it. The chief priest pretty much runs the kingdom, as h...
This book is a more-or-less standalone novel in the Discworld universe. The chart shows it as the start of the Ancient Civilizations subseries, but it only has a dotted line (minor connection) to other books. I enjoyed this, but not as much as some of the previous Discworld books. The protagonis...
I am really glad that I decided to reread a the Discworld novels to give them a better commentary as I have found that I have been quite enjoying them, and in many ways they have been getting better and better. However, this is the second to last one that I read (and it seems that I may have origina...
Enjoyed this much more than the last one in the Discworld series. Pratchett's ability to take a complete disaster and make it funny is pure genius to me. I thought Teppic was better off as an assassin than a king anyway.....
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