Oh my gosh! This was an absolutely hilarious book! I don't want to go into details to spoil anything, but I'd really like some Feegles hanging around my home just because they'd keep me laughing. I especially loved their brogues and have found myself using "Crivens" and "Oh, Waily Waily" since I've read it.
Another Highly addictive Terry Pratchett book, this one is targeted for children, but adult disc world fans would likely enjoy it too! This book stands alone, it doesn't have to read as part of a series.
If you enjoyed the witches of Disc World then this is a must read. As the main character is a fledgling witch, well at least she seems to be pointed in that direction.You don't have to be well versed in the Pratchett mythos to pick up on this book rather quickly, I would Highly recommend it to any lover of fantasy Stories, fairies, and wee creatures.
As an adult, it made me laugh out loud. I read it to my daughters, and they thought it was hysterical. (Admittedly, some of that may have been due to my attempts to give the Nac Mac Feegles a good, pseudo-Scottish brogue. I thank Billy Connolly for inspiration if any of it sounded even remotely correct.)