Book Review (2016): The Wee Free Men by Terry Pratchett

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Hello all,

Why did I not read this series as a teenager? I have the feeling that if I had this book would have been very influential to me. Tiffany Aching is exactly the kind of character I love, and the Wee Free Men are a determined bunch of heroes. There’s even a cat named Ratbag!

I already have the fourth book, thanks to it being a gift from my mother. Must remember to thank her again. But now I need to own the rest of the series post haste!

If you haven’t yet read the series, I highly recommend it. The pushing point for me was Going Postal, also part of the Discworld series.

Until next time,

-Pass Me That Book

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