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Feegles up your trousers

  • books
  • scifi
  • tv
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Apr 2018
8:14pm, 24 Apr 2018
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Raemond
I've searched in most of the ways I can think of, and I can't seem to find a Discworld/Pratchett thread... That can't be be a right surely?

If ever a place seemed like it should contain at least a few PTerry fans, this is definitely it.
Also the Ankh-Morpork Knitters Guild, over on rav, of course, but that's possibly cheating a bit. With the name, and everything. And not frequented by that many runners, I must admit. Perhaps the they've taken what is happened to poor Gaskin to heart. Though, on the other hand, Rincewind was a arguably a pioneering ultramarathoner.

So are you all keeping your heads down to for a reason?
Apr 2018
8:30pm, 24 Apr 2018
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Lizzie W
I think most Pratchetteers hang out on the various Book Group threads.
Apr 2018
8:40pm, 24 Apr 2018
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Raemond
I did look in a few book group threads, but I didn't stumble upon anything overtly discish.

I confess I tend to go give up on trawling quite easily.

I'm still quite near the beginning of a full chronological readthrough. I've never done one before, it's always been more thematic or just random.
Apr 2018
9:42pm, 24 Apr 2018
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Lizzie W
I started with Moving Pictures then started at the beginning and read chronologically until I was up to date - Jingo, I think. With re-reads of favourites like Wyrd Sisters. After Jingo I fell off the wagon and have only partaken here and there since.

When is Good Omens out on screen?
Apr 2018
9:48pm, 24 Apr 2018
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GregP
Ooook? I’ll go and get Dougal.
Apr 2018
9:49pm, 24 Apr 2018
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GregP
There must have been one at some point. Back in the day we even had an Aubrey-Maturin thread.
Apr 2018
9:58pm, 24 Apr 2018
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Lizzie W
Mr W found a rich vein of hardbacks in the charity shop - the bookcase is suffering.
Apr 2018
10:13pm, 24 Apr 2018
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GregP
The Audiobooks can be very special indeed . thief of Time, one of my favourites anyway, is perfect as an audiobook. I have listened to it many, many times.

Oddly, the smokestacks third(ish) of the disappointing opera one is great as an audiobook too. Everyone knows our Walter Plinge.
Apr 2018
10:14pm, 24 Apr 2018
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GregP
Smokestacks? That was meant to be ‘first’ :-o
Apr 2018
10:14pm, 24 Apr 2018
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McGoohan
Me? Like Terry Pratchett? No, of course not. What's that? Am I so OCD that I have to have all those nice hardbacked reprint editions? No. What makes you think that?

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