Wyrd Sisters, Pratchett

     

Terry Pratchett's Discworld Novels:

Wyrd Sisters
Wyrd Sisters,
Terry Pratchett

Wyrd Sisters Book Review:

Wyrd Sisters, Terry Pratchett's sixth Discworld novel from 1988, features the popular Lancre witches Granny Weatherwax, Magrat Garlick and Nanny Ogg.

Plot Summary
The coven of the three witches get placed in charge of the baby heir to the Lancre throne after the assassination of King Verence I by his cousin, Duke Felment. With a trust firmly placed in the hands of destiny, the three witches give the child (and crown) to a group of travelling theatre people in full faith that the child will eventually return to challenge and defeat the evil Duke Felment.

However, the natives of Lancre are angry and impatient. They don't want to wait for the boy to grow up. So the witches move time forward 15 years. Meanwhile the duke, ignorant of the whereabouts of the crown prince, decides to recruit a theatre group for a performance that will exhibit him in a favorable light to the public. And so he himself brings about the return of the rightful heir to the throne. The only problem being, the crown price wants nothing to do with his legacy.

     

 


 

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