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"'Pratchett has a masterful ear for dialogue, a keen eye for the ridiculous and a real feel for language'" Time Out "'This is one of Pratchett's best books. Hilarious and highly recommended'" The Times --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.
This is where the dragons went. They lie...not dead, not asleep, but...dormant. And although the space they occupy isn't like normal space, nevertheless they are packed in tightly. They could put you in mind of a can of sardines, if you thought sardines were huge and scaly. And presumably, somewhere, there's a key...
Guards! Guards! is the eighth Discworld novel - and after this, dragons will never be the same again! --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
Excellent in every respect! Excellent vendor, would happily shop with again, excellent Pratchett as always!Published 6 months ago by JHW
This is one of my all time favourite books. I wanted the audio version to share with my kids on long car trips. (Discworld is a wonderful panacea against frustration at rush hour. Read morePublished 14 months ago by A E Bruce
The Guards are one of my favourite disc world plot lines, and this is their introduction, but don't start here, you have 7 books to read first.. cheaterPublished 16 months ago by Rob Edwards
Great introduction to The Discworld. This book kicks off the Night Watch story-arc of The Discworld series, rated by many to be the best of the lot.Published on July 23 2013 by Dan
It is a constant amazement that Terry Pratchett possesses a seemingly inexhaustible wit and imagination, and in this eighth installment in his Discworld series, that wit and... Read morePublished on June 5 2012 by Lorina Stephens
I've enjoyed all of the first eight Discworld books, but I enjoyed this one the best. Pratchett does a masterful job of weaving the main characters (human and not) together and... Read morePublished on March 25 2002 by M. R. Pachankis
The reason, I think, that Pratchett has managed to keep Discworld viable after over two dozen novels while other series seem to fade after four or five is that Pratchett... Read morePublished on Feb. 4 2002 by Blake Petit