I want the whole series.
This book continues the adventures of Rincewind, Twoflower and his luggage. I enjoyed it a lot and it had me laughing out loud at many points. As us..Show More »
The Story that began with the first Discworld novel, the Colour of Magic has its epilogue in the second one, the Light Fantastic. Download them both, ..Show More »
Granny Weatherwax is one of my all-time favorite characters in any book. Terry Pratchett has the rare and wonderful gift for creating strong female ch..Show More »
Another good book in the series. Well-performed and entertaining as we come to expect from Terry Pratchett
So while not a DIEHARD discworld fan, I do enjoy Pratchett's work and this was my fourth in the series but by far the best one so far! Each one is pr..Show More »
Nigel Planer isn't my favourite Terry Pratchett reader - I think Stephen Briggs does the best job of interpreting Discworld's regular cast of characte..Show More »
You can't help but develop a soft spot for that cowardly wizard, Rincewind. Terry Pratchet has an unsurpassed wit and there couldn't be a more perfect..Show More »
Certainly one of Terry Pratchett's best novels. I laughted all thru the listening (the narrator helped a lot here). It does not depend on a detailed k..Show More »
It is funny how much I am used to Nigel Planer reading Discworld books. This one at first was a complete turn off. I got 1/3 the way and started over ..Show More »
I was a little worried after reading the other reviews here on Audible that found fault with the dramatization provided by the narrator and also one r..Show More »
Although Pyramids doesn't seem to be in the top ten fav list of Terry's books, it should be. It has all the normal Pratchett intricately woven crazin..Show More »
Above average in terms of performance. Fantastic in terms of story, and below average in terms of audio quality.
Fun! Hard to wait for the next time you can listen! Pratchett out does himself with this romp through the Discworld city-state of Ank-Moorpork. I reco..Show More »
In this Discworld novel, Ankh-Morpork's Night Watch is introduced under the leadership of Captain Sam Vimes (later Commander, Sir etc.) Pratchett evol..Show More »
Despite having this in print, I avoided purchasing the audiobook for a long time because of its shortness and because I had it in my mind that this is..Show More »
Through a million to one chance Rincewind manages to escape the Dungeon Dimensions and finds himself under the control of Eric, a teenage-Demonologist..Show More »
Nigel Planer does an amazing job bringing Terry Pratchett's characters to life. From Gaspode the Wonder Dog's dry wit to Victor's inept heroism, Movin..Show More »
I grew up with a copy of this audiobook on cassette and it is a story that I have returned to time and again. Pratchett's Discworld novels are excelle..Show More »
Even among fan groups of the series where everyone has his or her own favorite characters, but many consider this the best book of the series. The won..Show More »
Quite a lot of the Discworld books were only availabe in abridged versions in north america. Was very very happy to see that has been remedied. I en..Show More »
Wow! Great narration. I love Pratchett's books and had doubts that it would work as an audio-book. Those doubts are overcome. This was wonderfully..Show More »
Terry Pratchett weaves his usual "magic" and makes it hard to stop listening. You are engaged right from the start with a wealth of interesting and fr..Show More »
In this Discworld novel Terry attacks the subject of religion, while bashing philosophy and science on the side. While Terries satire is indeed set o..Show More »
i found this perticular story to be quite confusing, but i admit that it might be because it took me a long time to get through the book and i only go..Show More »
Absolutely. This is Terry Pratchett at his best, funny and wise.
70% of the enjoyment I get from an audiobook relies on the narrator being successful. I have found that Nigel Planer's narration of the discworld nove..Show More »
I really do like Nigel Planer, he has a decent set of voices, a quick comedic delivery and a qualified narrator. His recording equipment and sound en..Show More »
For the Pratchett fan - especially the City Watch books - this is another great story. It's the second Nigel Planer narration I've heard and I'm just ..Show More »
This is a good book but definitely NOT one of Pratchett's best (and I generally LOVE the books involving Susan and Death).
My main problem, othe..Show More »
If you have never read the discword this isn't the book to start with; there are lots of establish story lines going on and you will be much happier s..Show More »
"Interesting Times" is one of my favourite Pratchett books, and Nigel Planer does his usual terrific job converting it to audio. The story pokes fun ..Show More »
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The Marx brothers would have been green with envy at the savaging given opera here (Wagner - 3 days of the gods screaming at each other interspersed w..Show More »
Shorten it by 100 minutes and bring in more of the regular Diskworld characters
I've listened to about 20 Discworld books so far, and they are all excellent. I've rated them all 5 stars. This one, though, is one of my favorites ..Show More »
This is the fifth Terry Pratchett I've bought, I'm going to work/listen my way through the entire library. Nigel Planer is absolutely brilliant and pe..Show More »
I can't think of a better tale to listen to while standing in long post office or shipping company lines, being bogged down in holiday traffic, or jus..Show More »
It's taken me forever to pick up a Terry Pratchett novel. I'm so glad that I finally have! This book features Death who's just such a fabulous chara..Show More »
One of the funniest Pratchett stories. Had me rolling with laughter at times.
Either you get it, or you don't. For those who "get" Terry Pratchett and his madcap enchantment of Discworld, this book is another delight.
Rin..Show More »
If you love TP, you will thoroughly enjoy this rendition of The Last Continent. As Aussies, we doubly appreciate TP's salute to Vegemite and Waltzin..Show More »
The story is 5 star, but I wasn't as impressed with the narration. If you are used to Stephen Briggs's narrating, this will be quite different for you..Show More »
Terry Pratchett's Discworld is custom-made for audio. Even though I own and have read (and re-read) every one of his Discworld novels, listening to t..Show More »
The story was great, and as usual Stephen Briggs did his exemplar best. Terry Pratchett at his best. I have read and reread this story so many times, ..Show More »
DO NOT be put off by the fact that the reader is not Nigel Planer. At first I was bothered by not hearing Planer read, and then I quickly realized I w..Show More »
There are no listener reviews for this title yet.
While most of the readers did a fine job with their segments, I found the switching of voices per character distracting. [This is not a "cast recordin..Show More »
The original recording of this story used an ensemble cast that had as much feel for the material as a centipede does for a bicycle. I'm annoyed that ..Show More »
A very pleasant book to listen to while getting some exercise. Although apparently laughing while running is not a good idea. I almost fell off the tr..Show More »
I'm a TP fan - love the characters, love the stories, love the wit. An enjoyable reading of a fascinating book.
This was an enjoyable novel, a pleasure to listen to. As a Pratchett novel, it is very funny, with just the right amount of thoughtful and disturbing ..Show More »
As usual Pratchett has performed feats with the English language that appear at first glance to be impossible. Words just fit better together coming ..Show More »
In pursuit of a criminal, Commander Samuel Vimes is thrown back in time to become John Keel, the mentor to his younger self. The twists, turns and pol..Show More »
This was a great pick for a bookish 11-year-old who is a big Monty Python and Douglas Adams fan. It gets the big thumbs-up from me (his mother), too. ..Show More »
My 9-year old daughter and I listen to audiobooks any time we have a drive longer than 15 minutes and this has been one of our favorites. I find myse..Show More »
It's a case of switched identities, and the reader only knows half of what's going on. Another wonderful story by Pratchett. A good introduction to ..Show More »
Ok, I have to admit I surprised myself. I had bought this book in an airport somewhere travelling from there to here. I read it and enjoyed it but tha..Show More »
Another great book from Terry Pratchett. Hear The Wee Free Men first, then move right on to this one. Good listening!
This is the second of the books about Tiffany Aching and the Wee Free Men. Although they are listed as children's books, they are definitely aimed at ..Show More »
First off this book is incredible and very much in the "City Watch" realhm of Terry Prachett's Discworld. Regular Discworld readers will know what I m..Show More »
Warning - don't listen to this book whilst driving in peak hour traffic, it's so funny you can't concentrate on the driving! The combination of Terry ..Show More »
Pratchett started out writing unusually good satire, began to develop character and story, became better and better at all three. With Thud! he goes ..Show More »
I am a bit surprised that I am disappointed in this story. I feel that it is a bit rushed, do not get me wrong it still a good book, but it lacks some..Show More »
Pratchett returns to the idea of belief and seasons. This should not off put anyone with strong views about what do believe in; rather this is about t..Show More »
Its been a long wait for the next Terry Pratchett and I wasnt disappointed. I loved it! The plot and sub plots are engaging, the characters are are w..Show More »
Pratchett does it again. Every bit as humorous and satisfying as the preceding books in the series. So why 4 stars? If you're starting with this book,..Show More »
This is the second novel featuring con artist Moist von Lipwig, following where "Going postal" left. As usuall with the sharp humor of Prachett, you w..Show More »
While not as laugh out loud funny as Thud or Going Postal, this latest Discworld romp skewers the worlds of academic tenure, sports, and high fashion,..Show More »
Pratchetts latest book fails to the reach truly dizzying heights he has been capable of.
As it stands it has to settle for merely being very goo..Show More »
Tiffany undertakes numerous tasks in her own quiet and efficient way while facing an unseen enemy. New friends and old favorites are to be found in th..Show More »
Every book Terry Pratchett writes is a treasure, and this book is no exception. In Pratchett's fourth book in the TIffany Aching series, he again prod..Show More »
If you are already a fan of the Disc World books don’t waste time reading the reviews just buy this book and start enjoying. If don’t you don’t know t..Show More »
There's an art to putting a lesson in a tale without slapping people upside the head with it and no one can do that better than Terry Pratchett. Mostl..Show More »
It is hard to know how to characterize this and so many of Pratchett's other books in order to convey the desired impression which is, "If you have n..Show More »
I have pictured Sir Terry Prachett very much in the same stage of his career as Albert Uderzo after his previous two discworld novels. It seemed that ..Show More »
If there is any trilogy I can recommend to a fan of humor, fantasy or Discworld, it would inevitably be the Science of Discworld series.
Co-w..Show More »