Book Reviews of Jingo (Discworld, Bk 21)

Jingo (Discworld, Bk 21)
Jingo - Discworld, Bk 21
Author: Terry Pratchett
ISBN-13: 9780061059063
ISBN-10: 0061059064
Publication Date: 3/1/1999
Pages: 448
  • Currently 4.1/5 Stars.

4.1 stars, based on 137 ratings
Publisher: HarperTorch
Book Type: Paperback
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Funny, but highly addictive... This book is part of a series of discworld novels, it has been determined by doctorslime that reading discworld novels can lead to highly inapproapiate actions, Ie laughing
out loud, a board meetings, etc due to the similarity between real life, and the odd high jinx displayed by these books. My Hat's off to the author Terry Pratchett, for this wonderful series.
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Something new has come up between an ancient rival cities of Ankh-Morpork and Al-Khali.Literally.An island rising out of Discworld's circualr sea.
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The Discworld Novels are really funny.
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This is a Sam Vimes discworld book. I think this is one of Pratchetts better works. I love all his books. I particularly enjoyed this one.
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Great book by a great author.
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Didn't find this one very funny overall. I think that Nobby's feminine side was pretty much the only part I really laughed about. The rest just kind of sped along mindlessly.
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the disc world turned against the glittering backdrop of space,continents drifted slowly by , geography is only physics slowed down with a few trees stuck on it
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DiscWorld novels are tasty mind-candy.