The Illustrated Wee Free Men (Discworld)
There's trouble on the Aching farm: monsters in the river, headless horsemen in the lane—and Tiffany Aching's little brother has been stolen by the Queen of Fairies. Getting him back will require all of Tiffany's strength and determination (as well as a sturdy skillet) and the help of the rowdy... show more
There's trouble on the Aching farm: monsters in the river, headless horsemen in the lane—and Tiffany Aching's little brother has been stolen by the Queen of Fairies. Getting him back will require all of Tiffany's strength and determination (as well as a sturdy skillet) and the help of the rowdy clan of fightin', stealin' tiny blue-skinned pictsies known as the Wee Free Men!Master storyteller and gifted comic Terry Pratchett is at his best in the adventures of Tiffany Aching and her tiny blue allies. Their first irresistible story comes to life in this lavishly illustrated edition, perfect for fans old and new.
Publish date: October 1st 2008
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Discworld 2 (#30)
Another for NPR's Ultimate Backseat Bookshelf. I wanted to like this, and I didn't dislike it. Maybe I overloaded myself on fantasy, so I didn't like it as much as I might have in other circumstances. I really like Tiffany, her adventure was just a little boring to me.
The Chalk is a place of sheep and shepherds but never a witch was known to be there, however that might have been incorrect. Terry Pratchett’s 30th Discworld novel, The Wee Free Men, is the second time he’s written for young adults but his writing and humor are top notch as well follow a nine-year...
The Wee Free Men is the first book in the Tiffany Aching subseries of Discworld. Calling it “young adult” might be a stretch since the protagonist is nine and I thought the story seemed suitable for a younger audience. On the other hand, as with many children protagonists, she probably behaved as ...
This was a funny story, but I had trouble following the dialog a lot of the time. It's very thick and although I can listen to a Scottish person speak and generally follow them, it doesn't translate well to writing. Despite that, it was an enjoyable book. The wee free men seem to encompass all the...
I'm working on a fantasy reading challenge, and one of the categories was comic fantasy, and, to be quite honest with you, I really struggled with this one even though Pratchett is my husband's favorite author. I’ve read what I wanted of the series and I was cool. Really enjoyed Good Omens and Equal...