Nice picture, RJH!RJH wrote:The Wonderful Fanny in all its glory:
Looking forward to hearing your thoughts in this discussion when you finish.Quatermass wrote:I've just started reading Snuff, and am enjoying it.
DaveC wrote:Looking forward to hearing your thoughts in this discussion when you finish.Quatermass wrote:I've just started reading Snuff, and am enjoying it.
- the unbelievable transformation of Feeney in such a short time.
- the other watch members (well, Nobby and Fred) being dragged into the story by the short and curlies. I wouldn't have missed any of that if it was left out.
LilMaibe wrote:A side note:
I find it a bit unsettling reading through various reviews and seeing a certain trend:
5-stars giving soley for Vimes.
Not for the plot, not for the style, not even for what the characters do. Just 'it's a vimes novel'
No offense meant, but that is an itty-bitty-bit pathetic, if I may say so.
Jan Van Quirm wrote:Yes Jeff - and no troll ever accidently squished a human - no werewolf ever hunted them and no dwarf ever did whatever it is the dwarves are supposed to do that nobody tells them they're doing That's all sport-related (i.e. tribal ) and nothing to do with slavery or speciesism
Oh, and by the way, Willem, it is Going Postal where it is said that Vetinari dyes his hair. Adora Belle Dearheart is the one who states it while remarking on the stamp featuring Vetinari, although she does seem to be restating rumour ("They say he dyes his hair, you know.").
And a tiny question raisin:
Would you be just as aggressive towards me about it, forbidding me to forman impression about the book, left alone talk about it or anything concerning it as long as I have not read it if I would be in awe and be praising it?
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