[(A Blink of the Screen: Collected Short Fiction)] [Author: Terry Pratchett] published on (August, 2014)

[(A Blink of the Screen: Collected Short Fiction)] [Author: Terry Pratchett] published on (August, 2014)

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A Blink of the Screen Collected Short Fiction Author Terry Pratchett published on August

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    1. Just another great book of Pratchett, each one of the story is a little jewel, you just can't stop reading!


    2. Terry Pratchett is one of the greatest comic - philosophic - observational writers of all time. His Discworld series is a fantastic collection of wonderfully described characters and fantastic events, and his eagle eye for foibles and compassion for the weaknesses and strengths of human nature spans the range from hilarious to heroic to poignant, even when the characters might not officially be of the human persuasion. This book is a collection of his short stories from some of his earlier writi [...]


    3. If you are a fan of Terry Pratchett, as am I, you need to add this one to your collection. This is a group of short stories he wrote over the years beginning in 1963 to the near present. It starts with a story he wrote when he was 13 as an assignment in grade school. Amazing! Each story has a little intro, explaining its origin and when and where it was published. Some of these stories contain the origins of other, more familiar Pratchett stores and series. I was amazed to find the short story t [...]


    4. For goodness sake! It's Terry Pratchett! Of course - it is fun to read, has unique characters, and more than a dose of magic and humor. What makes this collection especially fun is that these are short bits of writing - some of which 'grew up' to become the stories and characters we all know and love. Pratchett comments on each of the writing and explains the origins of ideas, and how they may have developed later.Pratchett includes his first published story - published in a school collection, w [...]


    5. This is a wonderful collection of Sir Terry Pratchett's short stories that hadn't made it across the Pond until now. The first selection, "The Hades Business," written when Sir Terry was thirteen, demonstrates the precociousness of the boy, as well as the perspicacity and wit of the man he would become. My favorite is the "The Sea and Little Fishes," which takes place on the Discworld and includes Granny Weatherwax (my role model) and Nanny Ogg at their best. If you're a fan of Terry Pratchett, [...]


    6. Reminds me of the samplers people used to make to illustrate various embroidery stitches. This collection includes gems from the spectrum of Mr Pratchett's career that display his versatility in what he says was the type of work he found most difficult to do well, namely, the short story.I take him at his word that he struggled greatly, but he makes it look easy, in that, in this reader's opinion, nowhere does he fail to ensorcel both mind & heart with his tales, distracted by the mechanics of w [...]


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