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I'm a huge fan of Terry Pratchett's Discworld series.
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.
terry pratchett at the top of his game. unforgetable characters, with the return of old friends. great stuff for any reader,and especially for fans of discworldPublished 13 days ago by larry e shaw
I've enjoyed many Discworld novels, but this one did not result in the same level of laughter.
I did enjoy getting to meet a few new characters and revisit many that we... Read more
Wonderful as always. If you are a football fan all the better. If pratchett uses drugs to produce the layers of thought and intricate worlds sign me up.Published 2 months ago by donna
I was rather apathetic to this book. I read it after rereading men at arms (for the umpteenth time) but never really got into it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by M. Sockel
Another quality trek through Discworld. Pratchett holds the mirrors of reality at right angles so the images reflect truth inverted and converted. Read morePublished 2 months ago by David Meaders
Because of a bequest, Unseen University has to field a foot-the-ball team in a match. This book satirizes soccer fans, players, & teams (which may limit its interest to some), &... Read morePublished 2 months ago by BillF
Pratchett here seems, with the alacrity that IS his satirical oeuvre, to be pulling many threads together in this ode to hooliganism; Pygmalion, Romeo & Juliet, and his... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Edward J. Kulzer
Just like all Terry Pritchett books, awesome! I liked all the characters, esp, Mister Nutt. And as always the puns fly fast and furious.Published 4 months ago by Lisa
In a review, the reader tries to create a sense of the book; the task is to boil down the essence of the work and to summarize and give opinion about the quality of the object in a... Read morePublished 5 months ago by J. Edgar Mihelic