- Publisher: Corgi (2011)
- ASIN: B005XJA66Q
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 477,473 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Time isn''''t a toy to be played with. It''''s bigger than all of us. It exists outside the artificial and arbitrary divisions into which humankind has presumptuously shoehorned it. It needs to elastic. To understand truly, you have to see time as the most important resource we have. You mess with it at your peril.Amazon.co.uk ReviewIn Thief of Time in the great stinking metropolis of Ankh Morpork, an obsessed clockmaker receives an unusual commission from an excessively beautiful woman whose f
Susan had never hung up a stocking. She''''d never put a tooth under her pillow in the serious expectation that a dentally inclined fairy would turn up. It wasn''''t that her parents didn''''t believe in such things. They didn''''t need to believe in them. They know they existed. They just wished they didn''''t.Amazon.co.uk ReviewWhat could more genuinely embody the spirit of Christmas (or Hogswatch, on the Discworld) than a Terry Pratchett book about the holiday season? Every secular Christmas tradition is i
There''''s no getting away from it. From whichever angle, Death is a horrible, inescapable business. But someone''''s got to do it. So if Death decides to take a well-earned moment to uncover
Although the scythe isn''''t pre-eminent among the weapons of war, anyone who has been on the wrong end of, say, a peasants'''' revolt will know that in skilled hands it is fearsome. For Mort however,
Death is missing - presumed... er... gone - which leads to the kind of chaos you always get when an important public service is withdrawn. Meanwhile, on a little farm far, far away, a tall dark stranger is turning out to be really good with a scythe. There''''s a harvest to be gathered in...