Tonyblack wrote:One thing I will say about Discworld books is that although they tend to be quick reads, they need to be reread at a more leisurely pace as there is so much in them that you are likely to miss on the first read through.
The story is often deceptively simple and it's only with a subsequent reading that the 'real' story is revealed. It's part of the reason I wasn't impressed with Monstrous Regiment the first time. I actually didn't think very much of it at all until I reread it and started to ask myself questions.
Terry often uses the Discworld to put across an important point that is much more related to our own world. I think some people miss that point when they get bogged down on technicalities such as the way a character behaves or the way the city works. It's not a real world and therefore doesn't always conform to the same natural laws as our world.
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