One of the "Discworld" humorous fantasy series. Death is missing. Dead Rights activist Reg Shoe suddenly has more work than he'd ever dreamed of, and newly-deceased wizard Windle Poons wakes up in his coffin to find that he has come back as a corpse.One of the "Discworld" humorous fantasy series. Death is missing. Dead Rights activist Reg Shoe suddenly has more work than he'd ever dreamed of, and newly-deceased wizard Windle Poons wakes up in his coffin to find that he has come back as a corpse.Read Less
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this is a very funny book i have read it before and just getting into pratchett again and i would recomend it to anyone
Aug 8, 2009
Death takes a little break
This book is funny well all of the seris is so funny. If i could be a character in any of them I would be death, but take away trying to find what to do with his remaining hours. In the end is a surprising turn I loved this book : ) !
Apr 10, 2007
Death takes a holiday
We all have our favourite Discworld character and mine is DEATH - how can you not like this guy & his attempts to understand mankind whilst harvesting our souls from the back of his trusty steed Binky? And he LOVES CATS, so he's gotta be a great guy!
Death has an experience that requires him to go off and think about the meaning of life, death, the universe and decides to take a break from his normal duties of greeting mortals at the moment of death (haha!). This is a crucial story in the development of Death as an individual and rounds out his personality nicely. From start to finish, this book held my undivided attention (I missed my train stop on the way to work and had to backtrack 3 stations).
I have to say, this is my FAVOURITE book starring Death in the leadrole - in fact, it's my favourite Discworld novel thus far (and I've read all but a few, so there are lots of stories being "compared" here). Honestly, I don't want to give away any of the plot, this book deserves to be read without pre-concieved ideas of where the story is heading - so go out there and read it!
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