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  • Small Gods is not my favourite Pratchett novel

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      Small Gods is another Discworld novel by Terry Pratchett. It tells the tale of Brutha, a young novice in the Omnian religion, after he befriend the great god Om, who has appeared as a turtle.


      /> Like all of Pratchett’s novels, Small Gods is great fun.

      His talent is combining obervations on human behaviour and motivations within a setting that is farcical.

      Some of these thoughts are subtle, some hit ...


      • you across the face like a dead trout.

        Small Gods is not my favourite Pratchett novel.

        For one thing, it doesn’t involve Vimes.

        For another, like several of his earlier novels, it isn’t very

        tightly held together.

        The writing tends to meander a bit.

        Don’t get me wrong, it’s still worth reading.

        I haven’t yet read a Terry Pratchett novel that I did not enjoy, including Small Gods.




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