Small Gods by Terry Pratchett My rating: 5 of 5 stars Ever wondered what happens to gods on the Discworld when people stop believing in them? Or worse, when people believe more in the religion than in the god? This is one turtle’s fight to regain his almighty and feared status. In the meantime, the… Continue reading
I kinda realized recently, that I haven’t been blogging for a while. And that I’m way behind on my book reviews – I’m only half a dozen behind on Goodreads and Twitter, but probably thirty behind on Instagram, and Instagram’s my favourite. I’m also behind on my writing. I haven’t written for so long I… Continue reading Can I Learn How To Self-Publish?
Moving Pictures by Terry Pratchett My rating: 5 of 5 stars Moving Pictures is a return to familiar characters doing familiar things: the beloved Patrician, who caused a servant to have ‘chosen of his own free will to become a spy’ given the alternative of ‘choosing of his own free will to be thrown into… Continue reading Review: Moving Pictures (Discworld #10)
Eric by Terry Pratchett My rating: 2 of 5 stars The plot to Eric is forced (no pun intended). Was Sir Terry too distracted by his work on the really good stuff of his next few instalments? Was Eric originally a venture into short stories that he hurriedly linked together when a deadline arose? At… Continue reading Review: Eric (Discworld #9)
Wyrd Sisters by Terry Pratchett My rating: 5 of 5 stars Starring Three Witches, also kings, daggers, crowns, storms, dwarfs, cats, ghosts, spectres, apes, bandits, demons, forests, heirs, jesters, tortures, trolls, turntables, general rejoicing and divers alarums Another pleasant witchy surprise on my re-reading journey with another witchy five-star read! The plot in Wyrd Sisters… Continue reading Review: Wyrd Sisters (Discworld #6)
Sourcery by Terry Pratchett My rating: 3 of 5 stars Sourcery starts out full of promise – after all it’s not every day you can argue inevitability with Death and win some kind of reprieve, and it’s certainly not every millennium that Death is unable to outstare an infant. But by about the middle the… Continue reading Review: Sourcery (Discworld #5)
Equal Rites by Terry Pratchett My rating: 4 of 5 stars Third in the Discworld series, Equal Rites branches out from the wizards of the first two books to their natural counterpart: the witches. And, being Discworld, only men can be wizards, only women can be witches, hence the clever title when a girl aspires… Continue reading Review: Equal Rites (Discworld #3)