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  • Manny

    doc ✓ The Last Continent ´ Paperbackread ¿ terry pratchett The Last ContinentAre we all here? said Archancellor Ridcully as he surveyed the assembled wizards Good Now let's get our brainstorming session startedOok? said the Librarian in an uncertain tone The Archancellor glared at him Come on come on shouldn't be difficult We need to reset parameters Push the envelope Think out of the boxWhat box? asked the Dean timidly The Archancellor gave him a withering lookFor those who somehow missed yesterday's briefing session he continued enunciating every syllable we have been given an unusual opportunity Our Author he made a perfunctory sketch of the Holy Sign of Pratchett our Author has invited us to help plan his next book I see it as a witty series of Australia related parodies This is our cue to think synergistically


  • Lyn

    doc ✓ The Last Continent ´ Paperbackread ¿ terry pratchett The Last ContinentSteve Irwin Crocodile Dundee Tasmanian Devil and Olivia Newton John sit enjoying Vegemite sandwiches and discussing Terry Pratchett’s 22nd Discworld novel The Last ContinentSteve Crikey What a great book did you all enjoy it as much as I did?Dundee Indeed I did mate I spent the arvo tending the barbie and rollin’ on me backside laughing at good ole PratchettDevil RaararraghOlivia Right you are Taz who knew the Discworld was chockers of good few heh? Get away from Anhk Morpork and uirm and Klatch and far far away you’ve got his Last Continent the one made last still being created Ecks Ecks Ecks Ecks or Down Undah on the DiscworldDevil RaarararrraaghDundee I nearly finished me slab while reading and I also thought that we got to learn about Rincewind and what an odd bugger he is but also a hero in a ripper sort o


  • David Sarkies

    doc ✓ The Last Continent ´ Paperbackread ¿ terry pratchett The Last ContinentPratchett Goes to Australia28 October 2015 I have to say that when I have read books or seen TV episodes by people from foreign parts where they try to satirise Australia I have generally been either unimpressed or downright insulted as was the case with the Simpsons Episode where the Simpsons come to Australia act like a bunch of jerks proceed to insult everybody leave an infestation of cane toads and then go home As such I was approaching Pratchett's book with some trepidation due to thi


  • Melki

    doc ✓ The Last Continent ´ Paperbackread ¿ terry pratchett The Last ContinentYou call that a knife? The giant unsheathed one that would be called a sword if it had been held in a normal sized hand This is what I call a knifeMad looked at it Then he reached his hand around behind his back and it came back holding something Really? No worries This he said is what I call a crossbowI cringed when I saw that this entry in the series was about the wizards Normal


  • Trish

    doc ✓ The Last Continent ´ Paperbackread ¿ terry pratchett The Last ContinentThis installment in the Discworld series focuses on Rincewind and the senior faculty of Unseen University As is known by now I'm not the biggest Rincewind fan and I was very happy to see that he wasn't center stage here not alone at least The Senior Wrangler for example or Ponder Stibbons and the God of Evolution were a hilarious counter balance After his last adventure Rincewind is in a very dry and hot place stumbling from waterhole to waterhole A long distance away at Unseen University in Ankh Morpork the Librarian falls gravely ill That is to say he's got a cold The problem is that almost every time he sneezes he changes shape Moreover due to his illness he can't do his job an


  • Bradley

    doc ✓ The Last Continent ´ Paperbackread ¿ terry pratchett The Last ContinentDespite the author's protestations that this isn't Australia in a thin disguise I am back to confirm that this Last Continent is indeed AustraliaEven the God of Evolution basically came right out and said it Rincewind on another adventure and this time it's in the outback putting all his mad survival skills to the ultimate test mateOn a side note the head staff of Unseen University seems to have misplaced themselvesI can't uite tell whether I enjoyed Rincewind's ongoing adventures than Ridcully's crew Both were fun But let's face it this book is nothing but a bunch


  • Jen/The Tolkien Gal/ジェニファー

    doc ✓ The Last Continent ´ Paperbackread ¿ terry pratchett The Last ContinentI enjoyed this book Am I coming up the raw prawn? Nah mate I enjoyed it 'Strewth Grab your woolly jumpers and a bowl of pie in pea soup and enjoy itLast Continent is a fun Australian reference fueled Pratchett classic Recommended for all fans of RincewindNo worries


  • YouKneeK

    doc ✓ The Last Continent ´ Paperbackread ¿ terry pratchett The Last Continent The Last Continent is the sixth book in the Rincewind subseries of Discworld For me this was one of the average Discworld books I don’t normally fall asleep while reading but the cat and I took a few short naps while reading this book Rincewind has accidentally become stranded in a remote area of Austral I mean in Ecksecksecksecks While Rincewind is innocently going about his business of trying not to die of starvation or get poisoned by giant spiders a talking kangaroo tries to enlist his help to fix a problem You see something has happened to stop the rain and apparently Rincewind is the only one who can set things right No worriesI liked the story but it wasn’t a page turner for me There was plenty of humor as usual but not as much that re


  • Martin

    doc ✓ The Last Continent ´ Paperbackread ¿ terry pratchett The Last ContinentDiscworld is a world and a mirror of worlds This is not a book about Australia No it’s about somewhere entirely different which happens to be here and there a bitAustralian Stillno worries right? Keeping the boss away from your workPonder knew he should never have let Ridcully look at the invisible writings Wasn’t it a basic principle never to let your employer know what it is you actually do all day? But no matter what precautions you took sooner or later the boss was bound to come in and poke around and say things like “Is this where you work then?” and “I thought I sent a memo out about people bringing in potted plant


  • Toby

    doc ✓ The Last Continent ´ Paperbackread ¿ terry pratchett The Last ContinentIn which Rincewind gets sent to my adopted country and encounters every pop culture reference you could think of Is this how Egyptians react when they read about Djellibeybi in Pyramids?I remember when I first moved here middle of Summer endless days of 40c heat not even remotely a hint of potential rainfall and then one morning