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REVIEW: Mort

MORT

Author: Terry Pratchett

Ages: 12+

This book definitely has a very unique theme. It is overflowing with humor, more so than Carpe Jugulum. I found it quite predictable, unlike most if Terry Pratchett’s books. It is one of those books where the main character makes a dumb mistake that nobody actually would in the real world but you still knew the character would. I enjoyed it anyway. It is quite confusing at the end so you might have to read over it again, carefully. The end also feels a bit like the author cheated. This might make it sound like it is not worth reading, but it is really a good book. Some may find it slightly disturbing, although I didn’t. It is essential to your Terry Pratchett collection, with it’s unique perspectives of life on the Disc (the magical world that is the setting for most of Terry Pratchett’s books).

8.5/10

Check out my reviews on other books by Terry Pratchett here

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