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Wyrd Sisters: (Discworld Novel 6)

Wyrd Sisters: (Discworld Novel 6)

Paperback Discworld Novels (Paperback) Language: English / Spanish

By (author) Terry Pratchett

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  • Publisher: Corgi Books
  • Format: Paperback | 336 pages
  • Language: English / Spanish
  • Dimensions: 106mm x 176mm x 26mm | 159g
  • Publication date: 28 October 1998
  • Publication City/Country: London
  • ISBN 10: 0552134600
  • ISBN 13: 9780552134606
  • Illustrations note: illustrations
  • Sales rank: 5,571

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The sixth Discworld novel. The witches of Discworld, not the most joyful bunch, decide that they must get involved in the politics of the planet. Granny Weatherwax, their obvious choice as spokesperson, finds that life in royal politics is not as simple as it seems.

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Terry Pratchett is one of the most popular authors writing today. He lives behind a keyboard in Wiltshire and says he 'doesn't want to get a life, because it feels as though he's trying to lead three already'. He was appointed OBE in 1998. He is the author of the phenomenally successful Discworld series and his trilogy for young readers, The Bromeliad, is scheduled to be adapted into a spectacular animated movie. His first Discworld novel for children, THE AMAZING MAURICE AND HIS EDUCATED RODENTS, was awarded the 2001 Carnegie Medal.

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"'Like Jonathan Swift, Pratchett uses his other world to hold up a distorting mirror to our own, and like Swift, he is a satirist of enormous talent'" The Times "'One of the perennial joys of modern fiction'" Mail on Sunday "'One of the pleasures of the book is the way in which literary classics float effortlessly through them in a way that would be pounced on as inter-textual in another author but is never allowed to become strident or alienating in Pratchett's work'" Guardian