Witches Abroad, Pratchett

     

Terry Pratchett's Discworld Novels:

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                        Abroad
Witches Abroad,
Terry Pratchett

Witches Abroad Book Review:

Witches Abroad , originally published in 1991, is the 12th novel in the Discworld series by Terry Pratchett.

Plot Summary
Witches Abroad is the third book in the Discworld series featuring the popular Lancre Witches Granny Weatherwax, Nanny Ogg and Magrat Garlick.

The story is about the three witches journey to Genua on the other side of the Discworld. Many misadventures take place along the journey, which entirely coincidentally may sound familiar to many readers. For example:

  • Rescuing an elderly grandmother from a big bad wolf
  • Waking up a castle that's been asleep for decades after a girl pricked her finer on a spinning wheel
  • Killing a lord vampire who's been terrorizing a mountain village at night
  • Encountering a strange, gray and long-fingered creature with glowing eyes, while floating down an underground river. When the creature hisses, "it'sss my birthday," the witches beat him over the head with an oar.
  • Nanny Ogg having a Kansas-style farmhouse drop on top of her (supposedly uprooted by a tornado). Nanny Ogg walks away unscathed, her reinforced hat saving her from any serious harm.

     

 

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