Terry Pratchett – A Slip of the Keyboard

Wednesday, July 15th 2015

Published by Corgi

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It’s taken me a while to finish this book.

The reasoning behind that I’ve only just accepted as I finished and closed it tonight.

It feels, as it is I suppose, like closing a door as a friend leaves but you want them to stick around a bit longer, just for another pint, or another cup of tea, or perhaps another story or two, or three.

Set out as short essays and pieces throughout the master storyteller’s career and his comments one everything from his fiction, to life, and to death, I found it a warming and humorous read throughout, even in its darker and sadder moments.

With a fitting opening foreword by Neil Gaiman it’s a great insight into a wonderful man who did so much for the world of fantasy fiction and, in his latter years, managed to also do so much to raise awareness to the horrible condition which he suffered before departing and leaving us such a wonderful legacy with his words.

And you can order your copy right HERE.

 

 

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