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Terry Pratchett: The Wee Free Men – Lioness at Large

Terry Pratchett: The Wee Free Men


Hogfather meets H.C. Andersen’s Snow Queen; also, Tiffany is to a certain extent a rewrite of Esk from Equal Rites. Hogfather says the same things as this book better and way more pithily, but this one is still amusing, and the Nac Mac Feegles are a hoot, of course. Surprisingly, I’m not disturbed by Tiffany’s frequently thinking and acting older than she actually is … I’m putting it down to her being a witch.

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