Author: Terry Pratchett

Lords and Ladies by Terry Pratchett

Lords and Ladies by Terry Pratchett

There’s a lot of revelling and a lot of chaos going on in Lords and Ladies.  The fourteenth book in the Discworld series and the fourth in the Witches storyline.  I’l pass on the warning that Terry Pratchett left on the first pages of this book – while most of the Discworld novels can be read independently, it’s highly recommended to read Witches Abroad before reading Lords and Ladies. I will say that the only witches book I’ve read is Carpe Jugulum, and I never felt lost reading this one?  But the author recommends maybe not picking this up independently so I thought I’d pass […]

Posted August 17, 2019 in Reviews // 0 Comments //
The Light Fantastic by Terry Pratchett

The Light Fantastic by Terry Pratchett

It has been far too long since I’ve read a Discworld novel. I read Pratchett’s Dodger a couple years ago, but that one fell short for me – the humor and absurdity I love so much in Discworld was not there.  I’ve been meaning to read more of this universe for the last couple years… but The Light Fantastic in particular?  It’s been on my TBR since I read The Color of Magic in my senior English class.  It’s been on my TBR longer than I’ve had an official, trackable TBR.  So it’s about time I read it.  I’d like to take a […]

Posted July 26, 2019 in Reviews // 0 Comments //
Dodger by Terry Pratchett

Dodger by Terry Pratchett

Meet the artful Dodger. Dodger isn’t a hero, but sometimes a young man finds himself in a circumstance where he must act heroically.  This is case when he comes across a young woman being beaten in the streets of London.  Chasing off the villains with a trusty crowbar, Dodger not only saves the young lady’s life, but becomes entangled in a rescue and plot to protect this nameless noblewoman from her evil husband and avoid starting a war.  He is joined by a cast of characters (both historical and fiction), including Charles Dickens, or “Charlie”. The characters could have been […]

Posted October 25, 2017 in Reviews // 0 Comments //