Will there be an 'I Shall Wear Midnight?'


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Initial post: 27 Mar 2008 13:58:49 GMT
E. King says:
We can only hope. I love the way that, although these books are supposedly for the younger reader, they have the same humour and strength as his other Discworld books, (which are getting increasingly dark and literary.)

Of course, with the diagnosis, I do wonder if that will be the last time we see Granny Weatherwax. It occurs to me that he could do worse than pull a Cohen with her.

In reply to an earlier post on 16 Jul 2010 16:12:14 BDT
It could well be the last time we see Granny, I think the title's a play on the poem "Warning" by Jenny Joseph, (so when Tiffany is an old woman she will wear midnight instead of her normal green or blue) That might mean the title is a warning....
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