Rollende Steine (Discworld, #16)
Publish date: 2001
Pages no: 413
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Discworld (#16)
Die Scheibenwelt und der TOD. Es ist einfach sehr unterhaltsam. Und ich merke, dass es mir immer leichter fällt, wenn die Abstände nicht so groß werden, in denen ich die Bücher lese. Ich erinnere mich an all die abstrusen Charaktere. Dann machen mir auch die 29467 Handlungsstränge und Szenenwechsel ...
Not laugh-out-loud funny, but good in its way. A suitably odd look at music causing the youth (and not so youthful) of Ankh-Morpork to get a bit carried away.A good selection of characters, with some nice in-jokes.
Every now and then, we get one of those “real world stuff bleeds into the Discworld” books. For example, Moving Pictures involved, as you might guess, a sudden discovery of and obsession about movies. With a Discworld flare, of course. Those books are the ones I seem to enjoy the least. Soul Mus...
Discworld #16 Having initially read the Discworld books completely out of order, I’m not sure how much of the plot and backstory I should be giving away here. This is the first book with Susan, and it’s basically about how Rock ‘n’ Roll comes to the Discworld. Of course, since this is the Discwo...
The Disc is experiencing some supernatural change as Death becomes existential and music gets itself some soul. “Soul Music”, the 16th installment of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series, focuses once on Death along with his family and a professional colleague as they deal with him letting off his du...