What can I say? It's laugh out loud stuff. Always is.
Very good. Funny, weird and moving. I couldn't put it down.
Another in the Discworld series, with the` usual cast of crazies. Enjoyable, but not just fluff. There's always an undercurrent of societal analysis just lurking behind the next cup of tea with rancid yak butter.
Of all the Discworld books, this might be my favorite. It's confusing if you haven't read any of the other Discworld books, of which there are several dozen, but it's still understandable. Pratchett has shown that he knows how to write good apocalypses with "Good Omens", and he does it well again in this book. It's similar to Good Omens in that the Four Horsemen are a bit... nontraditional, but other than that, this is a new take on a familiar theme.
The Discworld Novels are really funny.
A recent Discworld novel, so good I accidentally bought it twice! Features the "Monks of History" and Lu-Tze (as well as Death's granddaughter). I most remember it for the phrase "a perfect moment".
An extremely funny book in the Discworld series. Note you do not have to have read the series from the beginning to know what's going on, so feel free to jump into the Discworld with this book -- it was my first, and I just bought three new Discworld books today because I liked it so much!
Great book that wasn't just littered with wacky devices. Loved it
DiscWorld novels are tasty mind-candy.
I enjoyed this book about time, destiny and the Four, or is it Five, Horsemen of the Apocalypse. I especially liked Monk Lu-Tze and his lessons to his apprentice Lobsang Ludd.