Pratchett question

Robyn Starkey rohina at
Mon Jan 27 19:47:34 EST 2003

>OK. As someone who's an inveterate completist . . . what is it about the 
>early Discworld novels that makes them "skippable" or unworthy of 

The adolescent humour? Compared to the later books they lack depth of plot 
and characterisation, and tend more to be strings of puerile jokes. Teenage 
boys quote them: the boys who think Adam Sandler is a genius.


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