The Last Continent (Audio CD) Reviews
Description:ISBN 0552154199 / Author: Terry Pratchett / Genre: Sci-Fi & Fantasy / Narrator: Tony Robinson / Terry Pratchett's 22nd Discworld novel, The Last Continent, is a lighthearted tour of the fantasy land of Fourecks, a very Australian sort of place, with brief courses in ... more
The Last Continent (Audio CD) ... theoretical physics and evolution thrown in for good measure. Pratchett returns to his first Discworld protagonist, the inept and cowardly wizard Rincewind, who habitually runs into trouble as fast as he flees. Rincewind's arrival in Fourecks has distorted the space-time continuum, and he has to sort it out before the whole place dries up and blows away. The situation is complicated because the actual problem is located 30,000 years in the past--just where the Faculty of the Unseen University currently are.
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Paperback. Pub the Date: February. 2006 in Publisher: Corgi Audio ...
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