Publish date: July 4th 2005
Pages no: 289
Edition language: English
Series: Discworld (#11)
There's not much I can say about this book. It has Death, one of my favorite characters in Discworld, losing his job and getting a normal job. Yes, it is as funny as it sounds. As always there's a side story that is connected to the main story. And as always, I wasn't as much a fan of the side story...
Reaper Man is the second book in the Death subseries of the Discworld universe. In this book, Death essentially gets fired for having developed too much of an individual personality. Until somebody can be found to replace him, people aren’t dying properly. There are two main characters in the sto...
I guess the person that said that the problem with Terry Pratchett is that you have to read him more than once probably applied it to this book in the same way that it had been applied to the other books that I have read and discovered that the second time around I have enjoyed them much more than t...
Despite being quite maudlin in places, this still has some of the more laugh-out-loud moments in the Discworld series.
A hilarious look at what happens when Death decides to take some time off from his job: literally all hell breaks loose. This could only be told this hysterical by Terry Pratchett, one of the all-time masters of satire. Parts of this book had me rolling, but I have to say the last 1/4 of the book go...
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