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5.0 out of 5 stars A change of perspective: Elves are evil
OK. You have to fight the badest, meanest and glamorous representation of evil: AN ARMY OF ELVES! Yes, you read right. How would you do such a thing? Well, you can rally a bunch of men armed with iron that are more afraid of Nanny Ogg (protected by her dwarf date, who knew, huh?) that of beautiful elves; in front you put the "queen to be" Magrat in full iron...
Published on March 14 2000 by umbranihili

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3.0 out of 5 stars Far from Terry's best, with but a few moments of hilarity
This is far from my favourite Pratchett fare. It pales in comparison to the other books of his I've read, especially in direct comparison to the other Witches' adventures. "Wyrd Sisters", which Terry proclaims in the Author's Note is prerequisite reading before delving here, was a more exciting adventure for Granny Weatherwax and her curious coven to...
Published on Dec 8 2001 by Mike Stone


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5.0 out of 5 stars A prime cut of discworld fun., July 22 1999
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I started reading discworld novels when I was 13. Four years later this is my favorite disworld novel. Anyone that loves Granny Weatherwax and hates elves will love this book.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The best adventure of the three witches., Nov. 9 1997
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Granny Weatherwax has to stop the elves, with Nanny Ogg and Margrat Garlic is the queen to be. So they set off on their greatest adventure yet. Digby York
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, Nov. 8 1997
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The wizards and the witches together in one book. Bloody marvellous!
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