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Pratchett returns to the idea of belief and seasons. This should not off put anyone with strong views about what do believe in; rather this is about the effects of belief and how societies work with belief through charity; exchange and tradition.
It's also light and funny. Morals without preaching but a dose of guilt. If you enjoy the others go right and head and dive in.
Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Been a Pratchett fan for several years but shied away from Tiffany Aching tales thinking they would be too immature, was very wrong! Just as imaginative and vivid as other discworld novels, with the same underlying social commentary. Loved it.
Which scene was your favorite?
Anything with the feegles!
Superb, I love all the Tiffany aching books so far but this is my favorite (have not yet listened to the unabridged 'I Shall Wear Midnight' My credits arrive in a few days!)This is the funniest Tiffany book so far and has lots of Nanny Ogg, my favorite Discworld character, and the Feegles are hilarious as always. Tiffany has really grown up in this story. Stephen Briggs is a superb reader as usual. I'm just sad that there is only one more after this. ' Wailey Wailey'
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This audio book was exiting because you think you know what’ll happen but you find you are completely wrong. The man reading it was good because he put on different voices for different characters.
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Loved being able to spend time with Tiffany and the Feegles while driving, crafting and houseworking. Stephen Briggs does a great job with the Feegles voices. I am an obsessive Discworld fan and these audio books are just as enjoyable as reading the novels. Will be buyng more from the Tiffany Aching series.