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  • This isn't my favourite of Terry Pratchett's books, but I did like it enough to reread it

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      This is another Terry Pratchett book featuring Death, who has decided to take an apprentice. The wizards appear in this book as well.

      The apprentice himself is Mort, who is a boy from a farm who goes out one day with


      his father to find someone to be apprenticed to.

      I liked this book, mostly because it’s funny the way Death acts when he’s trying to be human. It’s also funny how Mort starts taking on characteristics of Death, and starts doing ...


      • this like walking through walls. Albert’s adventures are interesting too.

        There isn’t really a message or a statement to this book. It’s just kind of fun, and Mort’s attitude about how things should be more fair add conflict. There are

        a lot of funny ideas, especially the one about the books of life and how the two teenagers are trying to read Albert’s when he catches them.

        This isn’t my favourite of Terry Pratchett’s books, but I did like it enough to reread it.




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