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Initial post: 4 Jan 2014 11:58:59 GMT
J. Lane says:
If anyone is interested Raising Steam is 99p at the moment Raising Steam: (Discworld novel 40) (Discworld Novels) hope I've done the link right

In reply to an earlier post on 4 Jan 2014 12:00:42 GMT
Thank you :) I was going to resist this one, but it's got to be done :)

Posted on 4 Jan 2014 13:51:04 GMT
Oops. I didn't manage to avoid the 1-click.

Some negative reviews on this one but I'm still a fan!

Posted on 4 Jan 2014 23:59:39 GMT
Typo Stan says:
I bought the hardback, aim to finish it tonight - I like to re-read the Discworld books, so it was my Christmas present to myself.

Not quite as multi-layered as some of Terry's earlier books, but I found it a really satisfying romp as always.
Worth 99p. of anyone's money!

Posted on 5 Jan 2014 00:18:23 GMT
Isabella says:
Thanks!

Posted on 5 Jan 2014 06:48:18 GMT
K. A. Newton says:
Thank you so much for this. I am collecting each Discworld book as it come down in price. I even have a collection named Terry Pratchett for all his books on my Kindle e-reader dedicated to Fantasy books.

I am going to add this book to the Price Drop thread. Some readers just go for the freebie thread and the Price Drop threads which go on and on and on day after day.

Posted on 5 Jan 2014 16:54:12 GMT
As someone who has never read Terry Pratchett (haven't seen Star Wars either!) should I start with this one - or the very first one in the Discworld series - or even another Pratchett book altogether?

Posted on 5 Jan 2014 16:55:59 GMT
Last edited by the author on 5 Jan 2014 16:57:28 GMT
Start with Equal Rites.

If you want to get into the von Moist section start with Going Postal / Making Money

The Colour of Magic (1983) (Rincewind)
The Light Fantastic (1986) (Rincewind)
Equal Rites (1987) (Witches)
Mort (1987) (Death)
Sourcery (1988) (Rincewind)
Wyrd Sisters (1988) (Witches)
Pyramids (1989) (One-off)
Guards! Guards! (1989) (City Watch)
Faust Eric (1990) (Rincewind)
Moving Pictures (1990) (One-off)
Reaper Man (1991) (Death)
Witches Abroad (1991) (Witches)
Small Gods (1992) (One-off)
Lords and Ladies (1992) (Witches)
Troll Bridge (1992) (Short story)
The Colour of Magic: The Graphic Novel (Graphic Novel)
Men at Arms (1993) (City Watch)
Theatre of Cruelty (1993) (Short story)
The Light Fantastic: The Graphic Novel (1993) (Graphic Novel)
The Streets of Ankh-Morpork (1993) (Map)
Soul Music (1994) (Death)
Interesting Times (1994) (Rincewind)
Mort: A Discworld Big Comic (1994) (Graphic Novel)
The Discworld Companion (1994) (Companion)
Maskerade (1995) (Witches)
The Discworld Mapp (1995) (Map)
Feet of Clay (1996) (City Watch)
Hogfather (1996) (Death)
The Pratchett Portfolio (1996) (Art)
The Unseen University Challenge (1996) (Quizbook)
Jingo (1997) (City Watch)
The Unseen University Diary (1998) (Diary)
The Last Continent (1998) (Rincewind)
Carpe Jugulum (1998) (Witches)
The Sea and Little Fishes (1998) (Short story)
A Tourist Guide to Lancre (1998) (Map)
The Ankh-Morpork City Watch Diary (1999) (Diary)
The Fifth Elephant (1999) (City Watch)
The Science of Discworld (1999) (Science)
Nanny Ogg's Cookbook (1999) (Recipes)
Death's Domain (1999) (Map)
The Assassins' Guild Yearbook and Diary (2000)
The Truth (2000) (One-off)
Guards! Guards! (Graphic Novel) (2000) (Graphic Novel)
The Fools' Guild Yearbook and Diary (2001) (Diary)
Thief of Time (2001) (Death)
The Last Hero (2001) (Rincewind, although this is debatable)
The Amazing Maurice and his Educated Rodents (2001) (One-off, children's)
The Thieves' Guild Yearbook and Diary (2002) (Diary)
Night Watch (2002) (City Watch)
Death and What Comes Next (2002) (Short story)
The Science of Discworld II: The Globe (2002)(Science)
The Wyrdest Link (2002) (Quizbook)
The (Reformed) Vampyre's Diary (2003) (Diary)
The Wee Free Men (2003) (Wee Free Men)
The New Discworld Companion (2003) (Companion)
Monstrous Regiment (2003) (One-off)
A Hat Full of Sky (2004) (Wee Free Men)
Going Postal (2004) (Post Office)
Once More* *With Footnotes (2004) (Compilation of short works)
The Art of Discworld (2004) (Art)
The Discworld Almanack (2005) (Almanack)
Thud! (2005) (City Watch)
Where's My Cow? (2005) (Picture Book)
The Science of Discworld III: Darwin's Watch (2005) (Science)
Wintersmith (2006) (Wee Free Men)
The Post Office Diary (2007) (Diary)
Making Money (2007) (Post Office)
Unseen Academicals (2009) (The Wizards, Rincewind)
I Shall Wear Midnight (2010) (Wee Free Men)
Snuff (2011) (City Watch / Sam Vimes)
Raising Steam (2013) (Post office)

Posted on 5 Jan 2014 17:01:36 GMT
My favourite is Mort ...

In reply to an earlier post on 5 Jan 2014 17:47:16 GMT
Typo Stan says:
I'm a Sam Vimes fan myself, Jill.
Night Watch: (Discworld Novel 29) (Discworld Novels) is my all-time favourite.

Terry says he sees himself as Mustrum Ridcully, but I think he'll discover he was Sam Vimes all along ...

Posted on 5 Jan 2014 17:57:22 GMT
I think you might be right there Stan ...

Mort is one of the books I've now read several times and it still makes me laugh. I enjoy all the others and I love the Wee Free Men but can still re-read Mort quite happily.

Posted on 5 Jan 2014 18:25:38 GMT
cestina says:
Any of the Witch ones....

Definitely don't start with the first book....

All the ones with Death are great too

Posted on 5 Jan 2014 20:24:14 GMT
I find it difficult to pick a favourite, but if someone was twisting my arm I think I would go with "Soul Music"......or perhaps......or perhaps.....

Posted on 5 Jan 2014 20:29:02 GMT
Mick says:
Soul music for me as well.
Or any with Death in them.
I would say that if you are going to read them for the first time start at the beginning with 'colour of magic' as some characters appear in later books.

Posted on 5 Jan 2014 21:14:52 GMT
Smudgeroonie says:
I love the "Witches" ones best ... or perhaps the "Guards" ones....or the "Death" ones....or the "Moist" ones....or - well, any and all of them!

Posted on 6 Jan 2014 00:04:21 GMT
Isabella says:
Going Postal... or Guards! Guards!... or Pyramids... or Reaper Man.. or...

Posted on 6 Jan 2014 12:01:11 GMT
That's 72 books ... hope I can get them all for 99p each though my teenage son has around 10 on his bookshelves and loads more on his Kindle. Thanks folks - I may be out of circulation for some time!
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