Terry Pratchett

  • The Dark Side of the Sun ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1976

    DOM SALABOS HAD A LOT OF ADVANTAGES As heir to a huge fortune, he had an excellent robot servant (with Man-Friday subcircuitry), a planet (the First Syrian Bank) as godfather, a security chief who even ran checks on himself, and on Dom's home world even death was not always fatal. Why, then, in an age when prediction was a science, was his ... [more]

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    The Dark Side of the Sun
  • The Colour of Magic ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1983
    Book 1 of the Discworld series

    On a world supported on the back of a giant turtle (sex unknown), a gleeful, explosive, wickedly eccentric expedition sets out. There's an avaricious but inept wizard, a naive tourist whose luggage moves on hundreds of dear little legs, dragons who only exist if you believe in them, and of course THE EDGE of the planet...

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    The Colour of Magic
  • The Light Fantastic ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1986
    Book 2 of the Discworld series

    'What shall we do?' said Twoflower. 'Panic?' said Rincewind hopefully. He always held that panic was the best means of survival. As it moves towards a seemingly inevitable collision with a malevolent red star, the Discworld could do with a hero. What it doesn't need is a singularly inept and cowardly wizard, still recovering from the traum ... [more]

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    The Light Fantastic
  • Mort ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1987
    Book 3 of the Discworld series

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  • Equal Rites ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1987
    Book 4 of the Discworld series

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    Equal Rites
  • Wyrd Sisters ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1988
    Book 5 of the Discworld series

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  • The Rincewind Trilogy ¤ Terry Pratchett, 2001
    Book 6 of the Discworld series

    The Discworld is, as everyone must now know, and no one should need to be told, flat. It rides through space on the back of four elephants* which, in turn, are standing on the shell of an enormous turtle. The Rincewind trilogy is a bumper volume containing the complete text of two novels and one novella, all starring one of the Discworld's ... [more]

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    The Rincewind Trilogy
  • Pyramids ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1989
    Book 7 of the Discworld series

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  • Guards! Guards! ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1989
    Book 8 of the Discworld series

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  • Moving Pictures ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1990
    Book 9 of the Discworld series

    'Holy Wood is a different sort of place. People act differently here. Everywhere else the most important things are gods or money or cattle. Here, the most important thing is to be important.' Alchemists have always thought that they can change reality, shape it to their own purpose. Imagine then the damage that could be wrought on the Dis ... [more]

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    Moving Pictures
  • Eric ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1990
    Book 10 of the Discworld series

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  • Witches Abroad ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1991
    Book 11 of the Discworld series

    'Things have to come to an end, see. That's how it works when you turn the world into stories. You should never have done that. You shouldn't treat people like they was characters, like they was things. But if you do, then you've got to know where the story ends.' It seemed an easy job... After all, how difficult could it be to make sure t ... [more]

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  • Reaper Man ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1991
    Book 12 of the Discworld series

    'Death has to happen. That's what bein' alive is all about. You're alive, and then you're dead. It can't just stop happening.' But it can. And it has. Death is missing - presumed.er.gone (and on a little farm far, far away, a tall dark stranger is turning out to be really good with a scythe). Which leads to the kind of chaos you always get ... [more]

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    Reaper Man
  • Lords and Ladies ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1992
    Book 13 of the Discworld series

    The fairies are back - but this time they don't just want your teeth. It's Midsummer Night - no time for dreaming. Because sometimes, when there's more than one reality at play, too much dreaming can make the walls between them come tumbling down. Unfortunately there's usually a damned good reason for there being walls between them in the ... [more]

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    Lords and Ladies
  • Men At Arms ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1993
    Book 15 of the Discworld series

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  • Interesting Times ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1994
    Book 16 of the Discworld series

    'A foot on the neck is nine points of the law' There are many who say that the art of diplomacy is an intricate and complex dance. There are others who maintain that it's merely a matter of who carries the biggest stick. The oldest and most inscrutable (not to mention heavily fortified) empire on the Discworld is in turmoil, brought about ... [more]

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  • Soul Music ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1994
    Book 17 of the Discworld series

    DISCWORLD IS ABOUT TO ROCK... Deputising for DEATH was never going to be easy, not least when he has gone walkabout in search of the Meaning of Life - without even leaving a forwarding address. But for his granddaughter, Susan, it becomes even more difficult when she breaks one of the cardinal rules of the family business - don't get invol ... [more]

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  • Maskerade ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1995
    Book 18 of the Discworld series

    'I thought: opera, how hard can it be? Songs. Pretty girls dancing. Nice scenery. Lots of people handing over cash. Got to be better than the cut-throat world of yoghurt, I thought. Now everwhere I go there's...' Death, to be precise. And plenty of it. In unpleasant variations. This isn't real life – it’s worse. This is the Opera House, An ... [more]

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  • Feet Of Clay ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1996
    Book 19 of the Discworld series

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  • Hogfather ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1996
    Book 20 of the Discworld series

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  • Jingo ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1997
    Book 21 of the Discworld series

    'Neighbours... hah. People'd live for ages side by side, nodding at one another amicably on their way to work, and then some trivial thing would happen and someone would be having a garden fork removed from their ear.' And when the neighbours in question are the proud empires of Klatch and Ankh-Morpork, those are going to be some pretty la ... [more]

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    Jingo
  • The Last Continent ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1998
    Book 22 of the Discworld series

    'Anything you do in the past changes the future. The tiniest little actions have huge consequences. You might tread on an ant now and it might entirely prevent someone from being born in the future.' There's nothing like the issue of evolution to get under the skin of academics. Even if their field of expertise is magic rather than biology ... [more]

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  • The Last Continent ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1998
    Book 22 of the Discworld series

    'Anything you do in the past changes the future. The tiniest little actions have huge consequences. You might tread on an ant now and it might entirely prevent someone from being born in the future.' There's nothing like the issue of evolution to get under the skin of academics. Even if their field of expertise is magic rather than biology ... [more]

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  • The Last Continent ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1998
    Book 22 of the Discworld series

    'Anything you do in the past changes the future. The tiniest little actions have huge consequences. You might tread on an ant now and it might entirely prevent someone from being born in the future.' There's nothing like the issue of evolution to get under the skin of academics. Even if their field of expertise is magic rather than biology ... [more]

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    The Last Continent
  • Carpe Jugulum ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1998
    Book 23 of the Discworld series

    In this and indeed other lives there are givers and takers. It's safe to say that vampires are very much in the latter camp. They don't have much time for the givers of this world - except perhaps mealtimes - and even less for priests. Mightily Oats has not picked a good time to be a priest. Lancre's newest residents are a thoroughly moder ... [more]

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  • The Fifth Elephant ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1999
    Book 24 of the Discworld series

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  • The Fifth Elephant ¤ Terry Pratchett, 1999
    Book 24 of the Discworld series

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  • The Truth ¤ Terry Pratchett, 2000
    Book 25 of the Discworld series

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  • The Truth ¤ Terry Pratchett, 2000
    Book 25 of the Discworld series

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  • The Truth ¤ Terry Pratchett, 2000
    Book 25 of the Discworld series

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