Small Gods

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Corgi, 2013 - 400 sÝ­ur

The thirteenth Discworld novel.

Religion is a controversial business in the Discworld. Everyone has their own opinion, and indeed their own gods. Who comes in all shapes and sizes. In such a competitive environment, there is a pressing need to make one's presence felt. And it's certainly not remotely helpful to be reduced to be appearing in the form of a tortoise, a manifestation far below god-like status in anyone's book. In such instances, you need an acolyte, and fast. Preferably one who won't ask too many questions.

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Ums÷gn notanda  - Ron18 - LibraryThing

While I don't think the book kept a steady pace, and it meanders in ways that don't always work, this is my favorite of the Discworld books I've read. It has a more solid plot, with a more meaningful ... Read full review

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Ums÷gn notanda  - humouress - LibraryThing

{Thirteenth of 41: Discworld series. Fantasy, humour, satire} {Bookclub} Another book in the Discworld pantheon with Sir Terry at his hilarious best. This book frequently made me smile, laugh, giggle ... Read full review

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Um h÷fundinn (2013)

TERRY PRATCHETT is one of the most popular authors writing today. He lives behind a keyboard in Wiltshire and says he 'doesn't want to get a life, because it feels as though he's trying to lead three already'. He was appointed OBE in 1998. He is the author of the phenomenally successful Discworld series and his trilogy for young readers, The Bromeliad, is scheduled to be adapted into a spectacular animated movie. His first Discworld novel for children, The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents, was awarded the 2001 Carnegie Medal.

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