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The Amazing Maurice And His Educated Rodents (Discworld Novels)
The Amazing Maurice And His Educated Rodents (Discworld Novels)
by Terry Pratchett
Edition: Paperback

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolute Classic!, 13 July 2003
I wasn't expecting much when I entered into this book, okay so it was a Pratchett so I was expecting it to be good, but a book for kids couldn't be as special as some of his Discworld classics could it? Too right it could! This is story telling of the heighest order.
From the brilliant development of the individual events to the excellent style of the fable itself, it seems that everything in this book is working in perfect harmony. A big mention must go to the character and background development, you genuinely feel greatly for the hopes and ideas of those involved, even if they are just rats!
A wonderful read, I'd recommend it to anyone.


A Rush Of Blood To The Head
A Rush Of Blood To The Head
Price: £4.64

2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars One word - "Overrated", 10 July 2003
Coldplay entered the scene with Parachutes showing off their simple but effective brand of soft, very soft, rock. It seems as if the warm reception of that album has gone straight to their heads, as this is nothing more than a re-run of the same ideas that are getting old fast.
Listening to the album you just keep waiting for the songs to pick up, yet the just drone along in their monotonous way, it would have been alright if there was some strong meaning behind these songs yet here we are let down by the common "who cares if it means something, atleast it rhymes" mentality.
Best album of 2002? No, Most overated? Yes, but that's hardly a consolation.


The Truth: A Discworld Novel: 25
The Truth: A Discworld Novel: 25
by Stephen Briggs
Edition: Paperback

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Worde Up, 8 May 2003
Having read the majority of the Discworld series as well as a good deal of Pratchetts other work I shouldn't have been suprised by either the quality or inventiveness on display in 'The Truth', however it seems that once again the man has succeeded in taking the Discworld series in another new direction.
'The Truth' sees the author once again showing us that not only can he create a nice array of new characters with which to entertain us, but that he has lost none of his flair for developing the personalities of our long time favourites.
The story itself centres around the introduction of the newspaper to the great city of Ankh Morpork and runs along with the sort of pace and energy that Pratchett seems able to conjure up at his will.
In short this is another excellent addition to an excellent series. Buy it.


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