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Project Pratchett – September

I suppose no one really cares about these updates but me, but that’s okay. It’s my blog, I can write what I want to. My Project Pratchett journey so far… I managed to read three books this month and I didn’t think I was going to make it and here’s why: The Colour of Magic Rincewind is not my favourite for some reason, I don’t know why. Even though my first Pratchett was a Rincewind one (The Last Continent), I think the first one I fell in love with was a  ...

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Project Pratchett

The Disc is flat and sits on the backs of four huge elephants who in turn are standing on the back of a space turtle called Great A’Tuin. It’s also home to all things Terry Pratchett. Everyone always talks about a reading order but I’ve never really followed one. My first Pratchett was The Last Continent and I jumped around a lot from there. There are some I’ve read in order but that’s because I was waiting for them to be published. So I’ve read the Moist  ...

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The last Terry Pratchett novel

Today is the release of the very last Discworld novel ever. It’s a bittersweet day and I have lots of feelings and emotions surrounding this book. I’m excited but also sad that this is the very last Terry Pratchett book I will be reading for the first time. I both want to and don’t want to read it. I’m glad it’s Tiffany Aching. I just read Snuff, the last Sam Vimes one and I wish we could know what happens to him next and especially Young Sam. But I’m  ...

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An Ode to Sir Terry Pratchett

Terry took Death’s arm and followed him through the doors and on to the black desert under the endless night. — Terry Pratchett (@terryandrob) March 12, 2015 It’s 17:25 on Thursday the 12th of March and tears are rolling down my face as I write this. Because my most beloved author of all time has passed away. I have been dreading this day since it was announced that Terry Pratchett was diagnosed with the ’embuggerance’ of Alzheimer’s disease in 2007. And now  ...

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