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In my usual way of reading Discworld books, I had read most of the Death subseries without reading the first one. But recently, I finally picked up Mort by Terry Pratchett to get the beginning of the story, confident of … Continue reading
First, a big thank you to everyone who came along to explore Discworld this summer! It was fun to see what books people chose, and I loved reading reviews. I think my favorite part was the group-read of Going Postal, … Continue reading
I wanted to read some new Discworld books this summer, but I’ve also been meaning to re-read Night Watch. This was the first proper Discworld book I ever read. Technically I read Maskerade first, but I read it as a … Continue reading
To take a different direction for Summer in Discworld this week, I thought I’d look at the movie adaptations of Discworld books. Books-to-movie adaptations are always a bit chancy, but on the whole Discworld seems to have fared well. They’ve … Continue reading