I’ve actually never read a Discworld book or a Terry Pratchett book for that matter. We’ve noticed you’re adblocking. Reddit users had originally planned to keep the thread running indefinitely, but new rules meant a thread can only last for six months. Just think of it as leaving early to avoid the rush. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist.
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I’ll wait and see how the one I ordered arrives. They describe what transitions need to accomplish and various techniques for transitioning between scenes. By popular demand, this collection of beautiful but affordable hardback editions, currently available up to Jingo, will now expand to include ALL the adult Discworld novels.
Terry Pratchett will ‘live on in the clacks’ thanks to fans’ programming code
Many of you are asking whether the series will continue after Jingo. G meant passing on the message, N meant “not logged” and U meant it must be returned on reaching the end of the line. Would I pay the FS price, No! We’ve noticed you’re adblocking. I am not sure if Death is logical as a full series – in a way it is the series that most depends on the others for background The letters GNU were a hack to ensure Dearheart’s name would continue indefinitely.
In discussion on his FB page, Omar mentioned that after ‘small gods’ he had been approached by Folio to illustrate 2 more discworld books. Have never read him before but the books looked too good to pass up on so have ordered them as an early xmas present and they’ve been put away!
Terry Pratchett’s name lives on in ‘the clacks’ with hidden web code | Books | The Guardian
Have since been reading samples downloaded on my Kindle and can’t wait to get stuck in. My only problem is that now I have uncovered a new series of books that Redditt must read. Has anyone purchased them? I was lucky enough to get the limited edition of Mort, but when Small Gods was announced without a limited edition, the book collecting OCD in me made me go back and get the regular edition too!
The two Folio has chosen to publish so far represent the beginning of an ongoing story thread about the figure of Death Mortand a more-or-less standalone story Small Gods.
They also talk about Star Trek.
This is my first book into the Discworld series. To pick up on one of the other disuccsions in this thread, I have been reading Terrys work for over 20 years and love his mix of humour and real-world commentary.
Exactly what I was looking for. Newcomer here Welcome to FSD: I bought one and will wait to see what kind of quality it is before I discwolrd the FS versions.
I reddut of doubt they will release all of them, but maybe a half dozen to a dozen would be nice. Only really let down by the standard hardback paper quality. Chris, Mike, and Oren discuss how themes are a common part of worldbuilding.
Terry Pratchett Discworld series
The pages are a little better than paperback book quality, but the hardcover makes up for that for me. It looks like they have at least 24 books available at the moment and they are very reasonably priced. One plus is that it looks like the Collector’s library was allowed to continue with them. My main wish though, is for some press somewhere to produce a limited edition of ‘Good Omens’: How would that look on your bookshelf?
The complete set of new covers are to be released!
With that, I find them to be a very good quality for the cost. I must say that my two Gaiman experiences had substantial overlap in theme and argument, so I wonder if further reading will present much the same material for a third or fourth time.
Terry Pratchett’s name lives on in ‘the clacks’ with hidden web code
I see Pratchett as the more fun of the two, dealing a bit frivolously with light-hearted material but doing so in an extremely engaging manner. You did a good job of describing the main difference between Pratchett’s and Gaiman’s writing approach. I will be definitely reading more in this series.