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With Unseen Academicals Terry Pratchett has written yet another cracker of a Discworld novel.
The book concentrates far too much on even more new characters who are not all that interesting, let alone funny.
I did not want to be disappointed, I did not want the last 'new' Discworld book I read to be a disappointment.
As always Terry Pratchett delivers humor and challenge in equal measure. No I tell a lie. Humor is far more important and present on every page. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Rosanne Bane
Mr. Pritchett cannot be beat. He was a true artist.
Thus book gave me many laughs, a few years, and plenty of thought.
the reader did an excellent job with the story. it was very enjoyable and the humor of the writing really shined through. Read morePublished 6 days ago by heather phelps
All the books in the Discworld series are wonderful, including this one. I highly recommend them to anyone who likes a mix of fantasy, off-beat humor, good writing and sneakily... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Life is good!
Not as good as his other works, but it's kind of hard to make coming up with rules for soccer/football interesting.Published 16 days ago by Nicole Nolan
There's no doubt that every positive term out there has already been used to describe sir Terry Pratchett's writing: witty, humorous, insightful, inventive, deep, heartfelt. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Nadya
Terry Pratchett Rest in Peace. Mort was my fave book of his. And I have been collecting all his books on iBooks on my iPadPublished 18 days ago by swypequay
Terry Pratchett wins another round with his usual deceptively light-hearted approach to complex social issues (xenophobia, bullying, gang/mob-mind, and the peculiar... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sherry B.