Tag: pratchett

I finally finished reading Terry Pratchett’s (SIR!) latest novel Nation. I’ll try to not divulge too much of the plot (it’s pretty meaty, and definitely ‘goes deeper’ than Pratchett’s other non-murder mystery books) in telling you what makes this book tick: finally, Pratchett tackles spirituality and human faith. It’s long been known that Pratchett has a somewhat satirical world view: he’s mocked/satirised just about anything and everything in his vast gamut of Discworld novels, but here he finally moves in…

Those observant individuals amongst you will have noticed that I didn’t actually write anything about myself in the previous entry. That’s what we call ‘writing a subject, and then getting slightly sidetracked’. I tend to sidetrack a lot, as there’s an vast amount of information rattling around in my head. All of my memories and experiences are jostling,  shoving and trying to be heard. So I might ramble occasionally, you’ve been warned. There, that’s something about me! I think I…