Best storyteller and the best person to give voice to his work. Stephen Brigs breathes life into the Discworld.
Practically Pratchett-Perfect in every way. Time we met an Igorina, too. Satisfying to the socks;)
I am not listening to the books in order, but it is not necessary. You meet the same characters as meeting old friends, happy to know what's going on with them at the moment...
Terry Pratchett was (and because we all read his books still is) a great genius.
Reader was fantastic, as usual, but feel a female read would have served this particular book -- and its narrator -- better.
I love this book, girls going off to war pretending to be boys has been done before but Pratchett comes at it from new angles.
Great narration and classic Pratchett story that holds up a mirror to society's ills. Recommended listening.
Several difficult subjects, honestly. War, politics, gender roles and expectations ... the list goes on. Pratchett deals with humor, sensitivity, and a few well placed skewers. Enjoy.
Steven Briggs is very talented with different distinct voices for the characters which makes it easy to follow dialogue. The audio sounds a bit dated and fuzzy at times, but a couple extra notches of volume helps. The story is as funny and subtly deep as you could hope for from Pratchett. A couple hints of Vimes as a minor character in this one, which cracked me up (but he's always been one of my favorite characters).