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"'Like Dickens, much of Pratchett's appeal lies in his humanism, both in a sentimental regard for his characters' good fortune, and in that his writing is generous-spirited and inclusive'" Guardian "'As funny as Wodehouse and as witty as Waugh'" Independent "'Imagine a collision between Jonathan Swift at his most scatologically-minded and J.R.R. Tolkien on speed'" Daily Telegraph "'The best kind of parody - funny and smart and still a good story'" Mail on Sunday --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
Pyramids (The Book of Going Forth) is the seventh Discworld novel - and the most outrageously funny to date. --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
Not the best Pratchett has to offer, but not a bad read by any meansPublished 16 months ago by Rob Edwards
Must say I'm enjoying the journey through Terry Pratchett's witty, weird mind. An almost entirely new cast of characters in this installment of Discworld, very human, ordinary folk... Read morePublished on April 23 2012 by Lorina Stephens
This was the first of the Discworld series that I read, it was recommended to me by a friend and was her favorite of the series. Read morePublished on May 2 2002
First of all, I loved this novel. Teppic is a great guy who grows up as we read. The very name of Teppic's country, Djelibeybi, made me giggle, and the final exam in the... Read morePublished on April 17 2002 by Jenny Hanniver
Recently I became a fan of Terry Pratchett, after having read The Color of Magic. I continued to read the series in order, and I just finished reading Pyramids. Read morePublished on March 2 2002 by M. Smitherman
Pyramids is yet another Discworld novel from Terry Pratchett, though it doesn't take place in the same setting as the other novels in the series. Read morePublished on March 1 2002 by David Roy
One of his better parodies. I guess I find the math humor phunny too, what with the sons of the pyramid builder having to develop calculus so that he could pay the wages in more... Read morePublished on Jan. 20 2002 by CherieL
As a relatively new fan of Terry Pratchett and his Discworld series, I was so impressed by what he wrote so far I started to believe that everything from the series will be... Read morePublished on Oct. 9 2001 by Dr. Zoidberg
Time to turn a sacred cow into hamburger--Terry Pratchett, having established wizards, witches, and cranky policemen in his famed, kooky "Discworld," turns his attention... Read morePublished on Oct. 9 2001 by E. A Solinas