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Old 04-25-2007, 05:50 AM   #46
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The Truth = one my fav' as well.

I loved Thief of Time , with the Sweeper, Lu Tze, and his apprentice, Lobsang.

Any books with death in them I like. Oh yeah and all the watch books, and those that involve Dibbler.

I guess I like most of his books :-)
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Old 04-25-2007, 10:50 AM   #47
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Any books with death in them I like.
You must read Good Omens, then. He's joined by the other 3 horsepeople of the apocalypse, and hilarity ensues.

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Between that and the tomato juice, I'm starting to wonder if you are me.

Hmmm...*scampers off to contemplate reality in a hot bath*
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Old 04-25-2007, 12:10 PM   #48
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I think I've read seven of Terry Pratchett's books now, and liked every one of them.

I also loved the BBC radio play that was done last year for "Small Gods". Of course, I'm a sucker for a good radio play anyway, but that one was especially good.
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I think I've read seven of Terry Pratchett's books now, and liked every one of them.

I also loved the BBC radio play that was done last year for "Small Gods". Of course, I'm a sucker for a good radio play anyway, but that one was especially good.
the BBC Hitchhiker's adaptation makes me feel happy

I'm rereading "The Last Hero" Pratchett picture book a few pages before bedtime as a go-to-sleep treat. I love Cohen the Barbarian

seriously disturbing discworld-in-flames double page spread in there as well. hope Pratchett never turns the magic off...
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