The Carpet People
The Carpet People: Pratchett, Terry, Robinson, Tony
This is the original version of the book written by the then 17 year old Terry Pratchett and not the edition re-written by him when he was 43. Some kind of big knife?But in different ways. Der Mensch und seine Welt Constructive criticism is welcome.
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Some years ago, after he had written a lot more books, he took another look at this book and revised it. This is the original version of the book written by the then 17 year old Terry Pratchett and not the edition re-written by him when he was 43.Various animals, such as pones, snargs, hymetors, etc. Ist das schön hier! First of all this is not a great example for an introduction into Terry Pratchett.
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And, strangely, he also grew up to be a hunter almost as good as his brother.Though as a whole I found this book and Terry Pratchett so far to be disappointing. Shattered I think a reluctant reader might need adult guidance with the printed word and the cartoon like drawings, since even I had some issues with parts of the tale that seemed confusing, with too many strange names and places coupled with some pretty odd explanations, but all readers will learn about behavior, without even realizing they are doing so. 204 Rosewood Lane (A Cedar Cove Novel, Book 2) The sky is only referred to as above and below the surface is underlay, riddled with caves and inhabited by silverfish, and ultimately the Floor. The Gospel According to the Son Written for childr This delightful story has just recently been rewritten by the author, almost forty years after he first produced parts of it for a column in his local newspaper.
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I only just realized though that I have only ever read a couple non-Discworld Pratchett books, so I decided now was the time to go back to where it all started, the first book he ever wrote. The story of Fray, sweeping a trail of destruction across the Carpet.The humor is subtle, tongue in cheek, and so an adult might be needed to help interpret it, at times. This is the book which started me on the steady path to reading science fiction.
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Then parallels with our own world and everything, war, oppression and natural disaster can throw at us and how as a race these can be overcome. But as he and his brother wandered homeward that evening, he kept his thoughts to himself.Both believe: "Always choose a bigger enemy. I was enthralled by the imagination which could capture the life and environment which may exist beneath our feet in a small carpet (or rug as suggested by the book) and the complex geo-politics and racial tensions which exist there.