In the top 20
I loved the whole book
I love that I can recognize his characters from book to book.
I have read Small Gods several times. I would listen, again, just as I may read it again.
Pyramids by Terry Pratchett. His most popular books take place in Ankh-Morpork, but these "stand-alones" are little gems that really show his power as an author.
I like Nigel Planer's Discworld. To me, he is to Discworld what Jim Dale is to Harry Potter. He hits the right tone and sounds like what I thought the characters should sound like. I read all the books before every listening to any, and was very pleased with Planer.
Nothing particular. The whole book is great and Brother is a perfect character.
This is my favorite Pratchett book.
OK but not Pratchhett's best. However, I must admit to chortling every time I heard, "there's good eatin' on one those."
I loved the examination of what some will worship and the twist in people's natures to believe it! Pratchett has a magic way of poking at people's naive and unquestioning belief in what they are told to and how that one special person can throw a wrench in it. Wonderfully witty!
I not only am willing but desperate to try others! He is one of my favs.
The turtle and his crankiness and the newest prophet to the flock.
No, several sittings, but this just makes it even better.
Everyone needs to laugh. You don't need any background in the Disc World to enjoy this story. It is close enough to our world to have a relevant point as well as just being an entertaining story.
Great characters, great story, great way to get into the Disc World.
Laughed out loud.
Awesome reading. Nigel Planer no longer reads the audiobooks for Pratchett, but this, I think, was his masterpiece and I am very glad it hasn't been redone.
Usual wonderful funny and wild stuff from discworld series,a delight! Gods definitely have human failings in this book.
I love the discworld series.
If you love it too, then get this one - but save it till you run out of other options.
Terry Pratchett is brilliant and there are some amusing theological comments but somehow the story is not as engaging as his others and the characters (not used in the other books) are not as memorable.
But - if you've heard all the others and need a discworld fix - then addiction makes it satisfy.
I have enjoyed these books for years and found the readers voices grating and off putting. He makes most of the characters sound either dull or with a head cold.