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Read "Raising Steam" by Terry Pratchett available from Rakuten Kobo. Sign up today and get $5 off your first download. The new Discworld novel, the 40th in the . Steam is rising over Discworld, driven by Mr Simnel, the man wi' t'flat cap and sliding Also by Terry Pratchett. Copyright. Page 4. RAISING STEAM. Terry Pratchett A complete list of Terry Pratchett ebooks and audio books as well as other. Discworld's first steam engine has arrived, and once again Moist von Lipwig Raising Steam. Discworld Series, Book 40 · Discworld. by Terry Pratchett. ebook .

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The other problem is that I know Mr. Pratchett's health is failing.

He has Alzheimers, and from what I understand, it's progressing to an unfortunate degree. When I pick up one of his books, I can't help thinking about that. It colors my reading in an unfortunate way.

This obviously isn't as good as his other work Was this my favorite discworld book? Was it an enjoyable read and a good use of my time? Did it feel different from his usual style? Structurally, this book felt odd to me. Some of the scenes felt more described or summarized rather than fully executed.

And there were a few odd choices, too. Bashfull's character seemed oddly different than when he appeared in Thud!. Captain Carrot was conspicuously absent.

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Especially since so much of the book was centered around the dwarves.There's also not a huge amount of humour on display to be honest, which wouldn't actually be so much of a problem you could say the same of Night Watch, which I love to pieces , but it doesn't feel like anything particularly fills the absence left. Why is it bad? Even so, for him to not appear at all when so many of the other guardsmen were present in the story, with no explanation of why he's absent Readers also enjoyed.

This obviously isn't as good as his other work I miss the days when his narratives were powered almost entirely by dialogue and hilarious misunderstandings and clever puns, when the long paragraphs of insight were actually valuable and brilliant and were usually at the very start and then in the final act.

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