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Terry Pratchett docudrama is a fittingly imaginative tribute | Frank Cottrell Boyce
Back in Black’s inventive life story eschews the usual talking heads to focus on the author’s devoted fans – of whom I am one

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Unseen Academicals by Terry Pratchett | Book review

Harry Ritchie reviews the 37th Discworld novel from Terry Pratchett, Unseen Academicals

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23, Oct, 2009 @11:06 PM

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Terry Pratchett enters parallel worlds of science fiction

Author best known for Discworld series of fantasy novels is returning to idea he had almost 25 years ago

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Guardian book club: Unseen Academicals by Terry Pratchett

Sam Jordison: As usual with Pratchett, this is wildly eccentric stuff, but its sense of humour makes it hard not to love

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14, Dec, 2009 @12:43 PM

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Terry Pratchett attacks 'ludicrous' Doctor Who

Discworld author says show 'breaks most of the laws of narrative', and is 'pixel thin' as plausible science fiction

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Terry Pratchett: 'I'm open to joy. But I'm also more cynical'

Discworld's creator tells Aida Edemariam about his new novel, living with Alzheimer's – and why he should be allowed to decide when to end it all

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Terry Pratchett statue to bring Discworld author home to Salisbury
Councillors back local woman’s campaign for bronze memorial in the author’s home city

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Books to give you hope: Thief of Time by Terry Pratchett
The giddy invention in this novel is a spirit-lifter in itself, but its vision of all too familiar folly comes with a heartening reminder that we can learn from our errors

Sam Jordison

15, Sep, 2016 @8:00 AM

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The Long Utopia by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter review – a melancholy sci‑fi epic
Pratchett and Baxter’s fourth Long Earth novel is concerned with the limits of knowledge – and insectile cyborgs on a distant parallel world

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Life on planet Pratchett

Terry Pratchett was Britain's bestselling author until JK Rowling came along. So how come so many people have never heard of him? Here he talks to Sally Weale about fame, fantasy, and how The Wind in the Willows changed his life.

Sally Weale

08, Nov, 2002 @11:01 AM