This didn't hold up quite as well on the re-read, but to be fair the first time I read it I was newly arrived to the wonders of Discworld and in the honeymoon phase of my delight with the inventiveness of it. Now that I've read further into the series, I can see that Pratchett was still getting his feet under him. It was still a lot of fun, though, and I really enjoyed re-visiting Two Flower and his Luggage.
I was stagnating on the bound version, as work and baseball season have been cutting significantly into my sitting-and-reading time, so I finished with the audio version read by Nigel Planer, from Audible. Planer's performance was entertaining, but the production value is so vintage as to be distracting, featuring muffled audio and hissing background noise, the odd choice to signify the footnotes (and the voice of DEATH) by adding echo sound effects, and a jangling chime to signify paragraph breaks. Thank goodness audiobook production has evolved over the last 20 years.
This re-read was for the Booklikes Discworld book club, which is reading the entire series, in chronological order. I'm desperately behind the group and trying to catch up.
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