Rollende Steine (Discworld, #16)
Publish date: 2001
Pages no: 413
Edition language: Deutsch
Series: Discworld (#16)
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.
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