Review: I found this book very good. I am a big fan of the narnia series,I probably could tell you anything about narnia, and though this isn't the best book in the series I found it still enthralling. Loved Trumpkin and loved decription of school. Glad Caspian got to see our world, and thought the apocyliptic reference to Father Time very interesting. Also enjoyed the four signs mystery, and the realization the a whole world lies beneath narnia. Lewis's writing style I also find funny, like the saying ... Read more
Review: I was happy to see the wizards back in action in this always entertaining Discworld series. I have always thought the wizards (along with the witches) are among the funniest characters. Pratchett has crafted an interesting story set in the land-down-under, a story about gods and creation and the blending of past and present, as Rincewind tries to save the continent from a massive drought. As usual, Rincewind falls into things (literally and figuratively), but despite the familiar Rincewind an... Read more
Review: The Discworld grows on you. After reading a dozen or so of Pratchett's marvelous stories about Life, the Universe, and Everything (so to speak), you've gotten to understand Unseen University, and the Librarian, and why you can walk across the Ankh River, and the Patrician's point of view (Sergeant Colon's as well), and the necessity of Death, and why the Mended Drum never closes. More than that, events in the author's world tell you a great deal about our own. This time around, it's the importan... Read more
Review: How to write about a Pratchett book without it degenerating into incoherent fangirly squeeing? I'll try, but I'm not making any promises.
This is the 3rd Tiffany Aching book, which is a subset of the Discworld series. Tiffany is a young witch-in-training.
In Wintersmith, Tiffany turns 13, which is a difficult enough time in any girl's life. But Tiffany's not just any girl, so things are exponentially more difficult. Her biggest problem starts when she (unintentionally, to be sure) ... Read more
Review: Vintage Pratchett, involving all the characters you know so well, centering on Sam Vimes. If you like Pratchett, you'll like this. Read more