In June I read 18 books of which 4 were 5 star reads (well technically 5 but that one was a reread so I am not counting that). I found it hard to choose because all four were so good in their own way, but I decided to go with the one that resonated with… Continue reading Best of the Bunch // June 2020
When reading about con-artist becomes fun.
As you all know by now I am a fan of Terry Pratchett and Discworld. I had my eye on Paul Kidby’s Imaginarium book for a while now but holy bananas that thing is expensive. Luckily I found a second-hand copy for half the price for my birthday and made sure I got it. In… Continue reading Terry Pratchett’s Discworld Imaginarium | #WyrdandWonder
Not only does Discworld have many, many books as the main story, there are also countless side books that go along with the books. Now I haven’t quite read many of those yet but I do know which exist so here I am, giving you a guide to see what you would find interesting. I… Continue reading Discworld Side Books | Turtle Recall Guide
We are nearing the end of March, can we say finally, so here I am with what was voted on for being the April readalong book for Turtle Recall. Turtle Recall is a year long Discworld reading challenge I am hosting. We will be reading: Guards! Guards! > The Readalong will technically be from April… Continue reading Turtle Recall | April Readalong Book
There doesn’t seem to be that much interest to link up but I’m still doing it because I do like showing my themes regardless. So for March my theme was… Discworld! March is the month that Pratchett passed away 5 years ago and it seemed fitting to do my theme on discworld then. The cover… Continue reading Show Your Bujo Theme| March // Link-Up
Whenever I show my collection of Pratchett, what stands out to others are some of my matching hardcovers. These hardcovers are without a dustjacket and of a rough texture. I always call this my Gollancz collection but that isn’t entirely correct. Since I always get so many comments on this I figured I’d share a… Continue reading Turtle Recall Reading Guide / Discworld Collector’s Library / Gollancz & Doubleday
The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents in which a talking cat, talking rats and a pipe playing boy have a great scheme going on.
In the Long Earth people have learned the existence of stepping, where one can step into an alternate dimension of Earth. But these alternate dimensions don’t have humans like us.
Here are the first five short stacks I am sharing with you that I never really reviewed. Pages counts are calculated based on aprox. 250 words a page. Especially that last one cut off at 180 pages is iffy at best. Some novella’s are over 200 pages. But this is just meant as a guideline. … Continue reading Short Stacks #1 // From Discworld to Worst Dates and Pigs