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Terry Pratchett is the funniest of authors and Neil Gaiman seems to be one of the coolest of people, so I’ve no idea why I didn’t read their co-authored Good Omens long ago…but I finally have, and it was wonderful! … Continue reading
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
One of my favorite funny authors growing up (and still, to some extent) was Gordon Korman. Several of his books still make me laugh out loud, after repeated reading. One of my favorites, for its humor and its philosophy, is … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about one of Discworld’s most frequent recurring characters, Death. This week, let’s look at my favorite group of regulars, the City Guard of Ankh-Morpork. There are eight books focused on this group of … Continue reading
Today is Friday the 13th, and I’m currently hosting a Discworld reading challenge–so there’s really only one appropriate topic today. Death. Specifically, Pratchett’s character of Death. There are several books with Death as a major character, and you can trust … Continue reading