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Mort by Terry Pratchett

Mort by Terry Pratchett characters ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Ng use of the company horse and he won't need time off for family funerals The position is everything Mort thought he'd ever wanted until he discovers that this perfect job can be a killer on his love lif. The ending surprised me and it was the one that I really wanted to happen What can I say about Discworld that has never been said before Nothing but I need to tell you to read MortMort is a cataclysmic story of epic proportions I thought Deaththe Discworld character was going to bite dust you know I really don t love every single book in the series In fact I started and gave up reading Mort a couple of years agoSo why do you need to read Mort Well it teaches you how to thread a story of your own Also it s surprising and imaginative to boot The Discworld books are polarizing It won t hurt if you started your adventure with Mort Terry Pratchett was an uneven genius

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Mort by Terry Pratchett characters ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Dams and Carl HiaasenIn this Discworld installment Death comes to Mort with an offer he can't refuse especially since being well dead isn't compulsory As Death's apprentice he'll have free board and lodgi. This isn t an easy review to write This has been my first encounter with the Discworld universe and the many writings of Terry Pratchett and voicing my opinion on it makes me feel like a blundering fool stumbling into a world that was meant for his younger and perhaps wiser self a world of which he has only caught a glimpse Let s start with kicking in an open door Boy uh sorry Mort is a very funny novel Death being a wonderfully serious topic becomes a great source of laughter and smiles in the hands of Sir Pratchett The book contains the kind of humour that shows the common sense of absurdity and showcases the author s very refreshing look on things I think for readers young and old this different and highly original perspective is something to be appreciated and praised Comments that follow below are in no way intended to put but s and maybe it would have been better s alongside this praise An author who is able to describe a voice by the amount of time it could keep milk fresh is above all that He knew what he was doing and he did it extremely wellThat said I don t think I ll be returning to the Discworld universe very soon It felt as much too light a read I intentionally picked the Discworld novel with the Death theme not because I m a dark character but because I was half expecting some philosophical wisdoms holed up here and there I guess there were some but not as much as I had expected There s not half a page that takes itself seriously sometimes to such an extent that I was wondering why I should continue reading it The plot is there but it s rather thin so the jokes are what really drives this novel forward It s strange really I m all for jokes but I expect a bit flesh in a book I d compare it to going to see a stand up comedian specialized in one liners First of all you need a bit of warming up as a member of the audience let go of a certain air of seriousness set your mind ready for a laughing spree and go with the flow I had the same need when reading this The lightness of the book initially annoyed me and it took me a couple of pages to just enjoy the humour of it Which I did But like with a stand up comedy an hour or two is enough I had the same with this book resulting in short bouts of reading pleasure sandwiched between mild annoyance and mild boredom Apparently there s only so much I can take when it comes to footnotes representing a stream of consciousness plummeting into the absurd however pleasurable that plunge can be I d definitely recommend giving the Discworld Universe a try if you haven t already but do it sooner rather than later I think a young reader s mind will appreciate it much even though there s something in there for all ages which I ll try to show in closing with my favorite uotes of the book Rather than drown in uncertainty it was best to surf right on top of it There should be a word for the microscopic spark of hope that you dare not entertain in case the mere act of acknowledging it will cause it to vanish like trying to look at a photon You can only sidle up to it looking past it walking past it waiting for it to get big enough to face the world These uotes don t accurately show the humour of the book mind you Death may have no feelings no sense of justice and a rather grim visage but he s bound to make you laugh

Terry Pratchett ✓ 7 review

Mort by Terry Pratchett characters ☆ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Terry Pratchett's profoundly irreverent novels are consistent number one bestseller in England where they have catapulted him into the highest echelons of parody next to Mark Twain Kurt Vonnegut Douglas A. Being one of the first and the latest of all the Pratchett reads I m really surprised just how much I loved this one I m upping the star count to a full five just because I think I liked Mort the character even better this time aroundDEATH on DISCWORLD Seriously there s nothing uite like it Him The personification He meddles so much with humanity tries to get drunk and hires an apprentice Not all in that order Death is the mewling cat at the party of life The story is a bit interesting I must say than the ones immediately preceding it and of all the books I think it captures the essential spirit of all the ones to come after High praise no I hope so Very funny stuff

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 243
  • Mort by Terry Pratchett
  • Terry Pratchett
  • English
  • 11 October 2018
  • 9780061020681