Book of the Week



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).


Check out my reviews on other books by Terry Pratchett here


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