Terry Pratchett Message Board
posts on 8/17/2006 4:00:19 PM
I thought that hat full of sky was boring in places, but am glad to hear he's continuing the series.
posts on 8/17/2006 3:46:50 PM
Um, hi. Well I finished "Good Omens" and Terry Pratchett co-wrote it. It was really funny. I recommend it. It's like a parody of the whole 'end of the world' thing. You know, Armageddon.
posts on 8/17/2006 9:54:56 AM
wee free men rocks man jenny greenteeth rocks
posts on 8/15/2006 3:10:28 PM
Great books, and theres one more coming out in that series.
posts on 8/15/2006 9:28:42 AM
I've read a hat full of sky and the wee free men, has anyone else read these?
posts on 8/15/2006 5:44:20 AM
hi all just started reading terry pratchett books i am on sourcery he is the best author that i read so far he funny and i like funny once again hi ALL
posts on 5/7/2006 8:25:12 AM
i soo love his books ive got the whole colection (no lies). soul music is my fave oh and reaper man because death and binky are my fave characters. i just love binky, such a cool horse, anyone agree?
posts on 4/23/2006 10:47:24 PM
My favourite, as you might have guessed, is the amazing maurice and his educated rodents. Actually, I even have an albino hooded rat. Beans.
posts on 4/12/2006 12:28:11 AM
While it doesn't particularly matter what order you read them in, a lot of people have trouble with the first couple of books & I would recomment reading them after you're already familiar with the series. Also, the books are in subseries and you don't want to spoil earlier books [see how complicated this is?] I would suggest beginning with [for the Watch Books] Guards! Guards! or [for the Witches Books] Wyrd Sisters or a stand-alone like Moving Pictures [if your a film buff] or Going Postal [some hilarious poking fun at geekdom].
posts on 4/11/2006 8:47:43 PM
question: does it matter what order you read the discworld books?
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