Author: Terry Pratchett
Ages: 13+ (adults included)
This book shows off Terry Pratchett’s typical theme of the unfairness and incorrectness of fairy tales and stereotypes. It is hilarious, unpredictable and well written. I find the Tiffany Aching books more intriguing, but this is still one of my favorites. It is a bit not-child-friendly, but that’s not why I think it’s thirteen plus. I say this because it is slightly more complicated and maybe some will find it creepy, although I don’t. Some bits are a little bit hard to follow. It will make you laugh as you read it, making you look like that person in the corner muttering to themselves, which in a way you will be. I did not find it as amusing as some of his other books.
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