My Favorite Discworld Subseries World

24 Festive Tasks: Door 23 – Hogswatch, Task 3:

If you could spend time in the world of one of the Discworld sub-series (or one of the standalone Discworld novels), which one would you pick – and why?

Now, this one really is a no-brainer.  The one Discworld subseries I’d like to spend some time in is the Witches — simply because any place that includes (and listens to the opinions of) Granny Weatherwax, Nanny Ogg and Magrat Garlick just has to be worth looking into.  And I guess being ruled by a Duke who has had his moral frame of reference and his sense of decency shaped by being the former ruler’s fool (and butt of his jokes) can’t exactly hurt, either …

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