Terry Pratchett: Hogfather (Annual Reread)


24 Festive Tasks: Door 23 – Hogswatch, Book:

Any- and everything Terry Pratchett.

Aaaand off we go for the grand finale of this year’s Festive Tasks reads!

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Other Hogfather-related Posts:
16 Tasks of the Festive Season – Hogfather Buddy Read
Terry Pratchett: Hogfather – The Bathroom
Terry Pratchett: Hogfather – FTB Enabled
Terry Pratchett / Ian Stewart / Jack Cohen: The Science of Discworld
Hogfather Buddy Read
24 Festive Tasks: Door 23 – Hogswatch
Terry Pratchett: Hogfather – The Boot Menu
Glingleglingleglingle
Hogswatch – Door 23
My Favorite Discworld Characters
Sleigh Rides
Bloody Stupid Johnson
Santa in Literature: Theodor Storm’s Knecht Ruprecht and DEATH as Department Store Santa in Terry Pratchett’s Hogfather
Terry Pratchett: Hogfather (Annual Holiday Read)

 

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