Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback

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Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback

Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback 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. Mario the lone bookwolf Mario the lone bookwolf says:

    Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback wyrd book, sisters free, Wyrd Sisters MOBIThe innuendos to Shapespeares´work are the icing on the cake of the 2nd witch story The normal Pratchett universe is already filled with deeper meanings and hidden treasures of pop culture references innuendos and ironic criticism but if the motive is satirizing one of the most famous writers of all time tears can be laughed in vast amounts How the Discworld characters are used in the roles of the classic telling is ingenious and hilarious and the complex character constellations don´t come too short too The very old classics and many of the newer ones from the 19th and 20th century have mostly become targets for and of satire as the behavior motives even not so much the language seem so bizarre stubborn and weird from the point of view of modern thinking for the few ones who practice it that the originals are always good for a laugh I


  2. Leslie Leslie says:

    Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback wyrd book, sisters free, Wyrd Sisters MOBIHow have I never read Terry Pratchett before? He's like Shakespeare and Wodehouse and Monty Python all wrapped into oneA student gave me this book while we were studying Macbeth in class Wyrd Sisters is a sort of parallel story which manages to poke fun at the play revere the play make inside jokes about the play and well generally turn the play on its head All the while you the reader get to feel very smart and superior for getting all the jokes and allusionsAnd yet it manages to avoid being gimmicky It really is a good story with good characters too This is no Life of Brian where the story itself matters less than the hilarity of the parody Wyrd Sisters may draw a good deal of life from Macbeth but its real liveliness comes from Pratchett's skilled characterizations of a regicidal Duke his murderess Dutchess their depressed Fool and three very colorful witchesOh it's just genius My only problem is figuri


  3. Lyn Lyn says:

    Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback wyrd book, sisters free, Wyrd Sisters MOBIShakespeare on the DiscworldTruth be told and all due respect to Rincewind but I am partial to Sir Terry’s Discworld Witches Granny Weatherwax ret


  4. Adrian Adrian says:

    Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback wyrd book, sisters free, Wyrd Sisters MOBIA definite candidate for “book of the month “ review to follow later football allowing 😬Well in the end it wasn't the football that delayed me I was delayed by only my second ever migraine so apologies if this is a bit of a mushynonsensical review as my brain still feels like cotton wool 🤕Right lets see witty well written amusing anecdotes Shakespearereal life parody DEATH witches it has to be Terry Pratchett I know I read this book many years ago but I didn't remember any of it and in my personal challenge of reading a Discworld novel every month this has to be my favourite so far I think I said that last month ha haBut it was my fave Granny W Nanny O and Magrat are all on top form Granny Weatherwax is at her most imperious and is the epitome of witch headology In addition the 3 witches also practice some for them rare but real magic to affect the outcome of a kingdom Regicide of a tough but fair King sends th


  5. Joey Woolfardis Joey Woolfardis says:

    Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback wyrd book, sisters free, Wyrd Sisters MOBIFirst Read 7th March 2013 3 starsSecond Read 5th October 2018 3 stars Wyrd Sisters is the second of the Witch mini series in the ever popular Discworld series Equal Rites was the first and we were introduced to one of the greate


  6. Melki Melki says:

    Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback wyrd book, sisters free, Wyrd Sisters MOBII know the wizards have their fans but for my money NOBODY beats the Discworld witchesGranny Weatherwax and her cronies try to dethrone an undesirable king in this adventure To do it they'll need to mess around with time and even consort with actors gaspHere the gals summon a demon with predictably Pratchett like results The waters seethed a little became very still and then with a sudden movement and a little popping noise mounded up into a headWell? it saidWho're you? said Granny bluntlyThe head revolved to face herMy name is unpronounceable in your tongue woman it saidI'll be the judge of that warned Granny and added Don't you call me womanVery well My name is WxrtHltl jwlpklz said the demon smuglyWhere were you when the vowels were handed out? Behind the door? said Nanny OggNanny Ogg is my new role model A boozy incorrigible old flirt who uses her cauldron as a beer coolerwhat


  7. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback wyrd book, sisters free, Wyrd Sisters MOBIWyrd Sisters Discworld 6 Witches 2 Terry PratchettWyrd Sisters is Terry Pratchett's sixth Discworld novel published in 1988 and re introduces Granny Weatherwax of Equal Rites Wyrd Sisters features three witches Granny Weatherwax Nanny Ogg matriarch of a large tribe of Oggs and owner of the most evil cat in the world and Magrat Garlick the junior witch who firmly believes in occult jewelry c


  8. Charlotte May Charlotte May says:

    Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback wyrd book, sisters free, Wyrd Sisters MOBI When you break rules break 'em good and hardHm I must admit I wasn't as taken with this one as I was with Mort Terry Pratchett's insatiable wit was still there but I just wasn't as invested in this story Three witches Granny Weatherwax Nanny Ogg and young Magrat keep to their own little coven and rarely meddle in other affairs But when three knights appear carrying a baby off into the woods they become suspicious and decide to get involved I reckon res


  9. Trish Trish says:

    Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback wyrd book, sisters free, Wyrd Sisters MOBIWhat a funny coincidence that my group started the Discworld buddy read at a time that meant this 6th installment would be read in October of all months How utterly appropriateAnd I have a confession to make I think I have a new favourite OOSo far my absolute favourite was Mort and it still is fantastic but this book is at least equally great There might not be deep messages about mortality but the plot in Wyrd Sisters has a lot of other important topics to offerThe story is that of how Granny Weatherwax Nanny Ogg two old witches from the Discworld and Magrat a young witch have started meeting regularly the word coven shall not be uttered unless you want to get one of Granny's frowns and how they come across save a baby that turns out to be a royal heir The king of Lancre has just died in an accident been self defenced to death been assassinated


  10. Bradley Bradley says:

    Wyrd Sisters MOBI ☆ Paperback wyrd book, sisters free, Wyrd Sisters MOBIThere have been many great reviews on this old favorite of Sir Terry Pratchett's Discworld and I won't wax eloquent or otherwise save to mention that it's full of Headology and Shakespeare references between murdered kings and lost heirs and crowns and a mummer's farce and a showdown between Witches and the King but even so it's all fun as hellI think this is the first novel of the Discworld series that truly comes into its own or the first one that Pratchett uses as the template for all the ones to come Since this is a second read of the whole series I found this one to be an awfully familiar and warming experience I still think that there are better Discworld novels out there but n


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