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About the Author: Terry Pratchett

Born Terence David John Pratchett, Sir Terry Pratchett sold his first story when he was thirteen, which earned him enough money to buy a second hand typewriter His first novel, a humorous fantasy entitled The Carpet People, appeared in 1971 from the publisher Colin Smythe Terry worked for many years as a journalist and press officer, writing in his spare time and publishing a number of novels, i

10 thoughts on “Raising Steam

  1. says:

    This is a tricky book for me to review For one thing, it s hard for me to view this book as a thing unto itself Anyone who knows anything about my reading habits knows that I m a huge fan of Terry Pratchett Of all his books, Thud is perhaps my favorite And this book is a follow up to that one Not exactly a sequel, but a continuance of theme So what I was really looking for here was a

  2. says:

    I was troubled while reading this book Where were the characters I loved I could see them there on the page Vetinari, Moist, Adora belle etc but their names could have been interchangeable Their personalities were a blur I recognise Sir Terry s struggle with his health, but I get the distinct impression that someone else, with a lesser grasp of the intricacies of this fantastical world, is wie

  3. says:

    OK, 4.6 rounded up I ve seen a lot of reviews here that panned this book but seemed to be doing so mostly because it wasn t what they wanted it to be Too little of this, too much of that Pfui Authors get to write whatever they want To me, this one s about Moist and the Discworld growing up, maturing And I suspect it s a wish that Roundworld would too The retro grags sure felt like the U.S Tea Party, bu

  4. says:

    A young man invents the steam engine and the train and railroad soon follow Lord Vetinari feels the winds of change blowing and puts Moist von Lipwig in charge of the burgeoning railway industry But not everyone likes the idea of progressHere we are, the 40th Discworld book Even after 40 books, I forget how clever Terry Pratchett is the time between volumes I wasn t sold on this at first The grag subplot felt d

  5. says:

    The penultimate novel in the Discworld series.Truth be told, I very much enjoyed our little adventure with Moist von Lipwig, he of the scandalous and dangerous success, literally coming from the gallows a few books back to become an efficacious leader of the post office, the mint and the bank But throughout the book, there was always the needling sense that we were drawing to the end, that there was only one book left a

  6. says:

    Terry Pratchett is a writer with a timebomb ticking in his head Although this is common knowledge, you have to be a very close reader to notice the strain this exerts on him Pratchett has written his very best work in the period just before his embuggerance Monstruous regiment, the wee free men trilogy notice here I do not include I shall wear midnight , Thud, going postal en making money are all fenomenally good Unseen academic

  7. says:

    I couldn t have imagined that a day would come when this is to be said of Sir Pratchett, but sadly, I must say that he disappoints with this one All the usual ingredients are present, the City Watch, the Tyrant, the Turtle, the rolls, dwarfs and goblins, as are the smart alecy quips and puns and double entendres, but, Where is the Plot, the Enticing Tale Even the pleasure tha...

  8. says:

    I honestly didn t even finish this book It was just so dreadfully boring I made it about 80% through and I only got that far because I love Terry Pratchett and wanted to persevere and then just gave up The dialogue is terrible, the narrative lacks any kind of rhythm its just and then and then and then and then and worst of all the characters are unrecognizable Moist, Vimes and Vetinari are probably my 3 favourite characters in the entire mythos t

  9. says:

    While some people say that this book did not deliver on the same level of expectation as Pratchett s earlier works, it is my opinion that this book is so much developed and gripping than his other books The humour that is displayed still follows the same structure of parody.Personally, I loved the whole stories of Moist, and found that there was no Pratchett book that I loved than Going Postal , but Raising Steam still delivers a high standard for creat

  10. says:

    For most of my life, I ve named Pterry as my favourite author I was the first in my town country to read him, and for the last years I ve bought his books in hardcover I still buy his books out of sentimentality, but I wish I would stop The worst is that I wish he would have stopped I was devastated when I learned of his illness and, like most everyone, also mourned all the books now lost But after the last three or it s become clear that a bang would have been b

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