Snuff: Discworld Novel 39 - Sir Terry Pratchett Reviews
Description:ISBN 038561926X / Genre: Sci-Fi / Fantasy / Author: Sir Terry Pratchett / Edition: First Edition First Impression / Hardcover / 384 Pages ... more
Newest Review: ... turtle floating through space stands four elephants, upon the elephants backs lyes Disc World. The Disc is a land dominated ... more
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by - written on 13/06/13 (Very useful, 17 readings)
Introduction Snuff is yet another fantastic novel from author Terry Pratchett, a master of bringing fantasy tales to life, switching with ease dark unsettling scenes of murder to giggle educing comedy with nothing but a one liner. For those unfamiliar to the Disc World series there's really only one way to explain it, on top of giant turtle floating through space stands four elephants, upon the elephants backs lyes Disc World. The Disc is a land dominated by politics and magic in equal measure, a wide variety of creatures from goblins and dwarves through to vampires and werewolves. The Plot Set in the Disc World series the tale focuses on the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/13 (Very useful, 39 readings)
As a long-time Pratchett fan I bought this on release day in hardback. As far as presentation goes, the book is available in multiple formats, including ebook and paperback. There are a couple of hardback editions available, including a special edition with a gold dustcover and art cards, which wraps around the cover showne above to make it look as though Vimes is peering out of a port hole. In the physical books the text is clearly printed and legible, and although initial formatting problems were reported with the ebook version, these should now have been resolved. So on to what people care about: the plot. This is a 'Watch' book - part of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/04/13 (Very useful, 56 readings)
As an avid Pratchett fan, it was with a large dose of fear that I started to read Snuff. I feared that the wickedly cruel Alzheimer's disease (from which he suffers) would perhaps have started to show in his work - the Pratchett equivalent of a fat Elvis in his Vegas years. Instead, I thank his very own Church of the Small Gods that Snuff turned out to be a cracker. Here's what the story is about, and also what I thought of it. Snuff is book 39 of the Discworld series. For those that don't know, the Disc in question is a disc shaped planet that travels through space shouldered by four giant elephants, who each stand on the back of a space travelling turtle ... Read the complete review
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