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on 4 October 2001
The 'Discworld Thieves' Guild Yearbook and Diary 2002' is exactly what it says. It's a yearbook with a description of the different thief ranks inside the guild (along with a nice introduction letter by none other than the beloved Lord Vetinari). I must say I do not like the front cover of the book but there are some pretty drawings on the first pages as well.
Also, as there are 8 days in a week on the Disk this yearbook also consists of 8 days, however the 8th day doesn't really count. Instead there's written a good advice or a short thief story in each 'column' of Octeday. For instance, you find out that a 'sawney hunter' is one who steals bacon. What? *Someone* has to do it!
As I am actually going to *use* this book as a yearbook I think it's great! It's interesting and nothing like those normal, boring yearbooks you can get everywhere. If you're a truly obsessed Terry Pratchett fan this is most likely worth buying as well even if you aren't going to use it, but if you're not really into T.P then you might not see it like I do.
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on 28 December 2001
As usual, TP has focussed on one group of people on the Discworld and created a more vivid vision than in any individual 'novel' - Fantastic!!
Best Discworld diary this century!
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on 9 September 2015
Good as the diares go.
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on 12 April 2015
excellent item
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