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"'Like Jonathan Swift, Pratchett uses his other world to hold up a distorting mirror to our own, and like Swift, he is a satirist of enormous talent'" The Times "'One of the perennial joys of modern fiction'" Mail on Sunday "'One of the pleasures of the book is the way in which literary classics float effortlessly through them in a way that would be pounced on as inter-textual in another author but is never allowed to become strident or alienating in Pratchett's work'" Guardian
Wyrd Sisters is the sixth novel in the Discworld Sequence - The funniest fantasy series ever.See all Product Description
I really love the book it was hilarious very amusing this series of Discworld it is probably the best books I've ever readPublished 3 months ago by tarotlover
I always enjoy Pratchett's stories. Sometimes, you can't help but laugh out loud. I have read other stories by Pratchett that I enjoyed more though.Published 16 months ago by Daniel Dyck
The first novel about the witches of Discworld, I loved the story. Pratchetts strengths lie in taking the stories we all know at least by reputation and putting a fun spin on them.Published 20 months ago by Amazon Customer
I am a big fan of Terry Pratchett, and some of my favourite characters are Nanny Ogg, Granny Weatherwax and Magrat Garlick. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jude
Terry Pratchett has written some fantastic satirical works, and this certainly ranks among the finest. Read morePublished 22 months ago by spinningplate
We return to Granny Weatherwax in this installment from Discworld, and a hilarious parody of Shakespeare's MacBeth, of princes threatened and exiled, lost and then found, only to... Read morePublished on April 15 2012 by Lorina Stephens
While I am a big fan of Terry Pratchett, Wyrd Sisters is my all time favorite! I love the twists in the plot as well as it's parallels to THAT Scottish play. Read morePublished on March 16 2004
Well, frankly I didn't like it very much. It had some great moments in it but everything was kind a slowish... Read morePublished on Dec 24 2001 by Martin Hristoforov