Diamonds in the Library: Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

Diamonds in the Library: Good Omens by Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett

Death and Rincewind bookends i want to get ALL the terry pratchett books

Death and Rincewind bookends i want to get ALL the terry pratchett books

Start with this one and then read the whole Discworld series. They are humorous books in the fantasy genre, but appeal to people who don't think they like "fantasy". If you don't want to start at the beginning, read "Witches Abroad", "Hogfather", "Soul Music", or..., never mind, just start at the beginning and read them all.

Start with this one and then read the whole Discworld series. They are humorous books in the fantasy genre, but appeal to people who don't think they like "fantasy". If you don't want to start at the beginning, read "Witches Abroad", "Hogfather", "Soul Music", or..., never mind, just start at the beginning and read them all.

correct reading order for the series.

I would like to invite you to tour the Discworld.

Terry Pratchett: Grannie Weatherwax, Nannie Ogg and Magrat. ~- "We've got a lot of experience of not having any experience" - "But the point is... the point is... the point is we've not been experienced for a lot longer than you." Artwork by Paul Kidby from "Witches abroad" by Terry Pratchett (1948-2015)

Terry Pratchett: Grannie Weatherwax, Nannie Ogg and Magrat. ~- "We've got a lot of experience of not having any experience" - "But the point is... the point is... the point is we've not been experienced for a lot longer than you." Artwork by Paul Kidby from "Witches abroad" by Terry Pratchett (1948-2015)

The Wyrd Sisters, by Terry Pratchett. From Terry Pratchett's Discworld. Click on the cover to read the review by Shauna.

Terry Pratchett’s Discworld

The Wyrd Sisters, by Terry Pratchett. From Terry Pratchett's Discworld. Click on the cover to read the review by Shauna.

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