Moving Pictures, Terry Pratchett

     

Terry Pratchett's Discworld Novels:

Moving Pictures Terry Pratchett
Moving Pictures,
Terry Pratchett

Moving Pictures Book Review:

Moving Pictures from 1990 is the tenth Discworld novel by Terry Pratchett and began the decade of Terry Pratchett dominance on the UK fiction market, a decade during which Prachett sold more books in the UK than any other author.

Plot Summary
Moving Pictures takes place in a town known on Discworld as "Holy Wood." Alchemists there have recently invented moving pictures. Many aspiring stars are drawn to Holy Wood, home of the new "clicks" industry. Among them is Victor Tugelbend (Can't dance. Can't sing. Can handle a sword a little.), a dropout from Unseen University, and Theda "Ginger" Withel, a small-town girl with large dreams. Also drawn to the new industry like a fly to sugar is the Discworld's infamous salesman, Cut-Me-Own-Throat Dibbler, who brings commerce to the table and makes himself a successful moving picture producer.

Gradually, however, it starts to become noticeable that the production of moving pictures is having somewhat of a warping effect on the structure of reality.

     

 

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2. The Light Fantastic

3. Equal Rites
4. Mort
5. Sourcery
6. Wyrd Sisters
7. Pyramids
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12. Witches Abroad
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