Terry Pratchett’s Discworld: addicting!

January 7, 2008 at 12:30 am (Books, Personal)

On Saturday, I brought three books by Terry Pratchett from the local library. By Sunday night, I had finished two of them.

I’m glad the library has them, else I’d be spending a fortune to read his Discworld series. As I expected, it’s quite addictive! This is something I’ve been wanting to do for some time now.

This will be my new relaxing indulgence.

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4 Comments

  1. Enas Yorl said,

    Are you reading them in order of publication? You don’t have to of course but it makes some of them easier to follow if you do. Have fun – you’re in for some real treats!

  2. Muslihoon said,

    I’m reading them order, yes. Although I have noticed it is not necessary to do so, I have found that it certainly provides a fuller understanding.

  3. JannyMae said,

    Hi, I linked to your site from BlameBush!

    I started reading the series, but some of the books are hard to find. I have read the first three books, so far.I have been told the same thing, that it’s better to read them in order, but not essential.

  4. Terry Pratchett’s Discworld: addicting! — Biography. writers and their biography said,

    […] On Saturday, I brought three books by Terry Pratchett from the local library. By Sunday night, I had finished two of them. Im glad the library has them, else Id be spending a fortune to read his Discworld series. As I expected, its quite addictive! This is something Ive been wanting to do for some time now. This will be my new relaxing indulgence. source: Terry Pratchetts Discworld: addicting! […]

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