Book Reviews of Wings

Wings
Wings
Author: Terry Pratchett
ISBN-13: 9780552526494
ISBN-10: 0552526495
Publication Date: 1990
Pages: 176
Rating:
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Publisher: Corgi
Book Type: Paperback
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Wings is the third and final volume of the Bromeliad (following Truckers and Diggers).

Masklin, Gurder and Angalo have just left the quarry and are heading to the airport in hope to go to Florida, where they can put the Thing on a space shuttle so that it can call the Ship. Following Grandson Richard, 39, they board the Concorde.

What somewhat surprised me with Wings is that it's not only the conclusion to a tremendous adventure: the story really gets a level deeper, as the relationship between the nomes and the Thing develops. And don't worry, you still get those hilarious puns such as the one about frogs who have "such a tiny life cycle it still had trainer wheels on it"!

The Bromeliad trilogy is a gripping story, extremely funny and easy to read, but it's also a story about how the world around you can always amaze you if you only look a bit further than just at your direct neighbourhood.
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This is the third book of a fun children's series. It has all the humor and fun of his other books. The main characters are tiny people called nomes who are struggling for survival after fleeing from their department store home. Well worth reading. The first two books are called "Truckers" and "Diggers."