Terry Pratchett's third Discworld novel, Equal Rites, asks many provocative questions about magic, where it goes, where it comes from, and why.
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(P) ISIS Publishing Ltd, 1995; Copyright © Terry Pratchett, 1987; Cover Illustration © Josh Kirby
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"Terry Pratchett is great"
I have enjoyed all the disc world books. The humour is amazing and the story line is always good.
"Great story, great performance, terrible audio quality!"
Love the voicing of the narrator. Wish I could hear it more clearly! iPhone app on high quality, and full encoding artefacts, varying constantly.
Whilst the story is fantastic the narration was very poor, waste of money! due to the voice echo didnt get past chapter 4 which is a shame as I love all the disc world books
"good story bad narrator."
didn't like the narrator bring back Nigel plainer! could have been better. good story though.
"Great story, suspect narration"
As others have said, fantastic story but slightly suspect narration. It's not as awful as some people were saying to make it unlistenable but there were definitely issues and at times she stumbles over lines (something that should never have made it into the final book). The audio quality is vastly improved over the first two books but still hard to hear at times, especially whenever death makes an appearance.
"Wasn't sure at first..."
I found Celia Imrie's character voices horrendous at first listen - they didn't even sound like real people. I wasn't sure if I could get through it!
However, it got much, much better as it went on. Worth the wait, a great story.
"Great story - not keen on the narration!"
I wish Audible would produce another unabridged version of this book! I'd buy it! A Terry Pratchett Classic read poorly.
Excellent reader, excellent story. Audio quality and editing a little rough, but no problems listening.
Terry Pratchett's writing continues to improve.
The story was excellent, Terry Pratchett is, as always, a wonder. I also enjoyed every minute of Celia Imrie's excellent narration and was sorry when it ended.
"not just a story but a world."
I love the way terry Pratchett's writes. wired and wonderfully. I don't think these book are for people you like and good complicated storyline. but I think the story is use more to show off the world. so if you want to get invested in some brilliant characters and and extraordinary world then these books have that in Spade's. this book adds in some great additions characters and I can't wait to see them again.
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