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Get ready to annoy people with your giggling,
This review is from: The Last Continent: A Discworld Novel: 22 (Paperback)
This is the Pratchett book that kept making me laugh out loud. At times I came close to having an accident. Aside from that there are even more plentiful giggling moments - enough to get things thrown at you in the office, or to get stern looks from fellow train passengers...
There is a pre-requisite to reading this book. You must know something of the culture (!)(?) and geography and wildlife of Oz. With this fulfilled, you are treated to the fullest pastiche of a nation.
Whats that at the back? Has it got a plot? Well, sort of. But you can safely ignore it and concentrate on the hilarious travelogue.
One thing I love about the Discworld novels is that you don't have to read them in the order they were published - I think The Last Continent was eiher no.3 or 4 or 5 for me, Sourcery being the first.
Don't give up the day job Terry.