Jan Van Quirm wrote:- I never look up quotes unless Pooh's being particularly irritating!
Jan Van Quirm wrote:Or indeed that business with Mr. Hong, although the wizards seem to remember that with some embarassment
This has annoyed me so much I actually went looking for a quote as I can't remember a thing about it - I never look up quotes unless Pooh's being particularly irritating! Anyway - good ol' L-space has it
L-space quoting from Men at Arms wrote: "'They do things like open the Three Jolly Luck Take-away Fish Bar on the site of the old temple in Dagon Street on the night of the Winter solstice when it also happens to be a full moon.'"
Doughnut Jimmy wrote:The evolution of death is even more marked if you consider his portrayal in COM/LF where he is vindictive and maybe even evil - he kills some flying insects because Rincewind's escape from death annoys him and he seems to want to pursue Rincewind rather than regarding him as a curiosity as he does later.
Tonyblack wrote:In this book we see a scene lifted almost directly from Mort but with the inclusion of Susan. While I don't want to go into too much detail about Mort, as we've not discussed it yet, I do think it's significant.
What do you think?
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