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Re: Discworld

Post by Tobias_Marco » Mon Nov 25, 2013 10:22 pm

<One is a mystery series, the other is a children's series.>
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Re: Discworld

Post by gh astly » Mon Nov 25, 2013 10:24 pm

Well, I would of course be interested in the children's series.
The mention of a mystery series reminds me of a WKUK sketch.
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Re: Discworld

Post by Huzzak » Sat Feb 01, 2014 4:50 pm

I have just started reading the Discworld books. They are all quite clever, but I think I like the books about the witches best. I just love their personalities!

Sue Grafton has a series of mystery books that go in alphabetical order. "'A' is for Alibi", "'B' is for Burglar", and cetera. I'm assuming that is the mystery series you're referring to!

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Re: Discworld

Post by Drakes » Mon Dec 22, 2014 7:28 am

I love the books, although something I can't name about Pterry's writing style annoys me. Anyway...Tiffany Aching's books are wonderful and yes, of course, Sam Vimes. Death and his granddaughter. I can't really stand the witches. My favorites are Going Postal and The Fifth Elephant, one or both of which are usually in my backpack when I go on vacation. I also love Strata and The Dark Side of the Sun, although they aren't Discworld books (hmmm...does Strata count?).

And...reading a series in alphabetical order???