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I did not want to be disappointed, I did not want the last 'new' Discworld book I read to be a disappointment.
From the long monologues that each character makes at one or another time in the book to the lack of character identity I found this such a disappointing read.
Glenda is a friend of both Mr Nutt and Trev and works in the Unseen University's Night Kitchen making the best pies in the whole of the Discworld.
Very funny -- as always. But this one tickled my fancy even more than most of Pratchett's work.Published 1 day ago by Cindy
A bit of a rambler... Unlike most of the Discworld books I've read, there was a point at which I nearly put it down. I've never been one to read novels, especially romance novels. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Joy L. Getha
I very much enjoyed the world building, the characters and the ever-shifting point of view. I bought it because I am a fan of the author so I did not check the page count. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Caroline Z
This is entertaining enough. I believe i will finish it. But for me it is slow moving. I'm about 30% thru and so far, aside from the comical wizards who I always love, there is... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sparky Reed
Terry Pratchett has written an entertaining story with a lesson on judging people without knowing the people. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve Fogarty
I usually love Pratchett, but the writing seemed really awkward in this novel. The plot seemed tedious, and I wasn't really invested in any of the characters. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Julie Anderson