Joining in the general theme of despairing wails as soon as someone claims a least favourite..
It's what makes the wheels of the forum go round and round.
author3 wrote:The Thief of Time was brilliant
It's in my top 10 although The Truth was better
Doughnut Jimmy wrote:Joining in the general theme of despairing wails as soon as someone claims a least favourite..
What! Thief of Time is definitely in my top three, one of the funniest of the recent books
You mean Polly in MR.Australis wrote:MR and UA.
In MR, the female characters just didn't feel quite right. I don't know why, they seemed a bit forced to me. It only picked up for me when Vimes appeared. The main female character, whose name I've forgotten, would run around in a bit of a daze, then suddenly does something completely brilliant out of the blue... then goes back to not coping very well. There's a solid character there, but she needs to be a bit more centred.
UA. As I've said elsewhere, there's about 3 characters too many. That book should have concentrated on the foot-the-ball and nothing else, and put the fashion stuff elsewhere.
That said, I should read those two again, just to be sure.
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