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PDF Strata ePUB Ê ↠ posthdpro ↠ Born Terence David John Pratchett Sir Terry Pratchett sold his first story when he was thirteen which earned him enough money to buy a second hand typewriter His first novel a humorous fantasy entitled The Carpet People appeared in 1971 from the publisher Colin Smythe Terry worked for many years as a journalist and press officer writing in his spare time and publishing a number of novels i

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  1. Joey Woolfardis Joey Woolfardis says:

    PDF Strata ePUB Ê ↠ posthdpro ↠ strata book, Strata PDF/EPUB Strata is another early foray that Pratchett took in to Science Fiction before he rested himself firmly in to the loving arms of Fantasy My views on this one are similar to that of his other sci fi novel The Dark Side of the Sun in that it isn't necessarily a good novel let alone a good sci fi storyThe joy of this one is of course once again the fact that it pre empts the Discworld so wonderfully You can clearly see PTerry's mind cogs whirring and the imagination is startling However he isn't particularly adept at writing sci fi again we have stuttering explanations and quite shoddy sci fi elements where it feels like he was truly excited by this piece of technology but half way through telling us about it he got a bit fed upThe characters are similarly developed th


  2. Patrick Patrick says:

    PDF Strata ePUB Ê ↠ posthdpro ↠ strata book, Strata PDF/EPUBThis was Pratchett's third published novel and one of the few Sci fi books he's written I feel odd giving it four stars because honestly I enjoyed it on a five star level But the truth is a lot of the reasons I enjoyed it because in this early book you get a glimpse of books he was going to write in the future including discworld and his upcoming Long Earth series with Steven Baxter That said it was an early novel of his and his craft is a little shaky compared to what it would


  3. Manny Manny says:

    PDF Strata ePUB Ê ↠ posthdpro ↠ strata book, Strata PDF/EPUBIt's NOT a Discworld novel It ISN'T What did you say? Well yes the action does take place on a world that's disc shaped but look will you listen? Will you listen a moment? Thank you There are no elephants And there's no turtle NOW do you see? Well of course it's important Duh Vital even I keep telling you this is not part of the series it's a parody of Ringworld What? Now that is just beneath you Geekily obsessed Take that back No I am NOT a Pratchett fan I've read what maybe half a dozen of them OK seven or e


  4. Clouds Clouds says:

    PDF Strata ePUB Ê ↠ posthdpro ↠ strata book, Strata PDF/EPUBDespite reading Pratchett since I was twelve I've never picked up Strata Why? It's just not particularly goodThat's a hard thing for a massive Pratchett fan to say but my favourite thing about this book is that I've finished itIt's episodic to a fairly ridiculous degree So this happened Then this happened Then they kept walking and this happened Then they flew for a while and this happened None of the happening are in any way influenced by the previous happenings It's just a long chain of stuff that happened after each other Each happening has a clever idea but they all stand in isola


  5. Melissa Melissa says:

    PDF Strata ePUB Ê ↠ posthdpro ↠ strata book, Strata PDF/EPUBWhile this may not have been his best work or best writing I can definitely see the humor and beginnings of his slightly subversive wit and worldview peaking out It’s not near as polished as his later work but I liked this crazy story about the origins of the universe our inability to not create and the importance of diversity as much as is physically possible being the key to the future Plus I forgot how fun the kooky 70’s 80’s sci fi could be


  6. Marta Marta says:

    PDF Strata ePUB Ê ↠ posthdpro ↠ strata book, Strata PDF/EPUBAnother early Pratchett brimming with promise full of creativity and ideas haphazardly and incompletely realized For the Pratchett aficionado however witnessing the birth of Discworld is priceless As the story moves from sci fi to fantasy Pratchett obviously had fun with the fantasy parts And the rest is history


  7. Brent Brent says:

    PDF Strata ePUB Ê ↠ posthdpro ↠ strata book, Strata PDF/EPUBThis book is not very interesting but very encouraging I am making myself finish it not because I care much about what happens to the characters but rather because I care about what happened to the author for this humble book appears to be the first iteration of Pratchett's DiscworldAs a writer I find it very exciting to note that the Discworld concept that works so


  8. Peter Tillman Peter Tillman says:

    PDF Strata ePUB Ê ↠ posthdpro ↠ strata book, Strata PDF/EPUBMy 1989 notes say A on reread near perfect SF Pre DIscworld pretty much straight space opera by memory anyway I should dig it out for a third read


  9. Toby Toby says:

    PDF Strata ePUB Ê ↠ posthdpro ↠ strata book, Strata PDF/EPUBI'm glad I had a headache the other night I wanted to read something light and that I knew I would enjoy and this early gem from Sir Terry just sat on my shelf asking to be readI'd read it before probably twice but as it turns out I seem to have remembered precisely 1% of this novel so this first re read since Dirk Gently's


  10. Thomas Murphy Thomas Murphy says:

    PDF Strata ePUB Ê ↠ posthdpro ↠ strata book, Strata PDF/EPUBI am so glad that when I was introduced to Terry Pratchett the book I was given was the Colour of Magic and not thie oneIf this had been my first exposure to Pratchett I doubt I would ever have bothered to read anything of his ever againNow that I know Pratchett's work better I can look back with interest and observe the development of a best selling author from this to his celebrated worksIf you are new to Pratchett and a


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