Narrativium: Where the Falling Angel Meets the Rising Ape

The Discworld Novels (and Subseries)

  1. The Colour of Magic  (1983) – Rincewind #1Review HERE
  2. The Light Fantastic  (1986) –  Rincewind #2Review HERE
  3. Equal Rites (1987) – Witches #1 ♦ Review HERE
  4. Mort  (1987) – Death #1Review HERE
  5. Sourcery  (1988) – Rincewind #3Review HERE
  6. Wyrd Sisters  (1988) – Witches #2Reviews HERE and HERE
  7. Pyramids  (1989) – Djelibeybi ♦ Reading Progress Update HERE
  8. Guards! Guards!  (1989) – City Watch #1Review HERE
  9. Eric  (1990) – Rincewind #4Review HERE
  10. Moving Pictures  (1990) – Industrial Revolution #1Review HERE
  11. Reaper Man  (1991) – Death #2
  12. Witches Abroad  (1991) – Witches #3
  13. Small Gods  (1992) – Omnia
  14. Lords and Ladies  (1992) – Witches #4
  15. Men at Arms  (1993) – City Watch #2Review HERE
  16. Soul Music  (1994) – Death #3
  17. Interesting Times  (1994) – Rincewind #5
  18. Maskerade  (1995) – Witches #5
  19. Feet of Clay  (1996) – City Watch #3Review HERE
  20. Hogfather  (1996) – Death #4
  21. Jingo  (1997) – City Watch #4
  22. The Last Continent  (1998) – Rincewind #6
  23. Carpe Jugulum  (1998) – Witches #6Review and Reading Progress Update: 175 of 425 Pages
  24. The Fifth Elephant  (1999) – City Watch #5
  25. The Truth  (2000) – Industrial Revolution #2
  26. Thief of Time  (2001) – Death #5
  27. The Last Hero  (2001) – Rincewind #7
  28. The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents  (2001) – Überwald
  29. Night Watch  (2002) – City Watch #6
  30. The Wee Free Men  (2003) – Tiffany Aching #1 Review HERE
  31. Monstrous Regiment  (2003) – Industrial Revolution #3Review HERE
  32. A Hat Full of Sky  (2004) – Tiffany Aching #2 Review HERE
  33. Going Postal  (2004) – Moist von Lipwig #1
  34. Thud!  (2005) – City Watch #7
  35. Wintersmith  (2006) – Tiffany Aching #3 Review HERE
  36. Making Money  (2007) – Moist von Lipwig #2
  37. Unseen Academicals  (2009) – Rincewind #8
  38. I Shall Wear Midnight  (2010) – Tiffany Aching #4 Review HERE
  39. Snuff  (2011) – City Watch #8
  40. Raising Steam  (2013) – Moist von Lipwig #3
  41. The Shepherd’s Crown  (2015, published posthumously) – Tiffany Aching #5

 

Stand-Alone Short Stories
  • Death and What Comes Next (2002) – Discworld #10.5; Death, #1.5
  • Theatre of Cruelty  (1993) – Discworld #14.5; City Watch #1.5
  • Troll Bridge (1991) – Discworld #16.5
  • The Sea and Little Fishes  (1998) – Discworld #22.5; Witches #5.5
  • Where’s My Cow?  (2005) – Discworld #34.5; City Watch #7.5
  • The World of Poo  (2012) – Discworld #39.5; City Watch #8.5
  • Mrs Bradshaw’s Handbook (Discworld, #40.5; Discworld Companion Books)

 

The interrelation of the Discworld subseries (fan-made diagram)
(Source: Wikimedia)

 

Hogfather

 

 

Other Discworld-Related Blog Posts

 

 

 

The Science of Discworld Books

– with Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen

The Science of Discworld I

The Science of Discworld II: The Globe
The Science of Discworld III: Darwin’s Watch
The Science of Discworld IV: Judgement Day

 

Map of Ankh-Morpork

Terry Pratchett’s Other Works

Good Omens

– with Neil Gaiman

 

 

Standalone Books / Short Fiction / Nonfiction

A Slip of the Keyboard – collected nonfiction
A Blink of the Screen – collected short fiction
Nation
The Unadulterated Cat

 

 

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