Category Archives: Summer in Discworld

Summer in Discworld: Conclusion

First, a big thank you to everyone who came along to explore Discworld this summer!  It was fun to see what books people chose, and I loved reading reviews.  I think my favorite part was the group-read of Going Postal, … Continue reading

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Walking Ankh-Morpork with Sam Vimes–Both of Him

I wanted to read some new Discworld books this summer, but I’ve also been meaning to re-read Night Watch.  This was the first proper Discworld book I ever read.  Technically I read Maskerade first, but I read it as a … Continue reading

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Discworld on Screen

To take a different direction for Summer in Discworld this week, I thought I’d look at the movie adaptations of Discworld books.  Books-to-movie adaptations are always a bit chancy, but on the whole Discworld seems to have fared well.  They’ve … Continue reading

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Enter Three Witches

I finally managed to read the first proper Witches novel in Terry Pratchett’s Discworld series, Wyrd Sisters.  This was another Shakespearean-inspired one, with heavy Macbeth undertones.  Except, of course, it’s a comedy! Duke Felmet killed a king to gain the … Continue reading

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Going Postal Group Read, Conclusion

We’re on the last week of the Going Postal Group Read, and before I get into the discussion, I want to thank everyone who participated. It’s been so much fun to see the differing thoughts of everyone reading this very … Continue reading

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