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on 12 April 2017
Not as good as some stories in my opinion Usual amusing touches but seemed over long .... will still try next book though !!
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on 27 April 2017
Continues to be outstanding
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on 17 April 2012
One of the more subtle of the Discworld series, which grew on me more and more as I read it. A parody of Hollywood and fame, Terry Pratchett skillfully weaves the absurdities of modern celebrity culture in to the surreal world of Ankh-Morph. If all that sounds high-brow and off-putting then don't worry, Gaspode The Wonder Dog and this trusty sidekick Laddie will save you.
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on 22 March 2017
Arrived item as described,
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on 20 April 2017
good book
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on 10 July 2017
Good as usual
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on 4 March 2017
Excellent
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on 5 September 2017
love it
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on 19 February 2006
Moving Pictures is an extremely hilarious book.In Moving Pictures the alchemists guild have invented films and now the oddest civil war film ever made is being shot in Holy Wood.However all is not well and Victor and Ginger,the stars of the film,have to save the Disc from the dungeon dimensions with a bit of help from Gaspode the wonder dog.If you like reading sci-fi and fantasy or if you simply enjoy watching films then read Moving Pictures.If you enjoy this book then try the rest of Terry Prattchett's Discworld series.
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VINE VOICEon 14 January 2003
With Moving Pictures, Terry Pratchett turns his unique powers of satire and parody to poke fun at the power and history of the movie industry. This book is so full of brilliant in-jokes and sly nods that I'm sure I didn't notice half of them. But as usual, the story is sufficiently gripping and thought provoking that it can be enjoyed even if you don't get all the jokes. Of Pratchett's regular characters, the real star this time is Dibbler, who turns all of his sausage-vending mercenary powers into those of a profit-hungry movie producer with hilarious results. A pre-Watch Detritus the Troll and various Wizards also play cameos. Well worth a read for fans of Pratchett and/or the cinema.
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