How exited were you when you heard that the blurbing book club book would be going postal!!?!?!?!!? OMJB!!!!
Its not the bvest of his books but still hes sooo great!!!!
Just want to see if any of you agree
Also, has anyone ever read Good Omens? (if so how thrilled were you to know that Neil Gaimon and Terry Pratchett collaborated!!!!(I LOVE them both!!!!)
I loved it but i want to hear more thaughts...
Yes HE IS!!!! He is! He is, HE IS!!! (jumping up and down repatedly) Terry Prachett is a GOD! I only found out about him a couple mounths ago when my frind keept insisting that I read his work and... well... HE'S FRIGGEN AOUSEM!!! (sorry I can't spell...) I was stuned when Going Postel turned up on the book club thing.
Good Omens is AMAZING!!!! It's my fav. Terry or Neil book... and I've been reading Neil for years. I just took the plunge and bought Good Omens 2 mounths ago 'cause I've been dieing too for way too long now ('cause it had Neil Gaimon as an auther) and I began to read some Prachett the week before so I figured I knew about both authers and... WOW. It's on my top 10 best books EVER (look at my prophile if you wont too see what that sort of statment means). I recomend Anici Boys by Neil Gaimon too if you haven't read it. The Audio is... The audio is so good that enough if you don't like audio books this one will make you love them.
I'm currently reading through the Disc World searies and each book keeps getting better (if your currious I like Mort best so far).
Hahaha. I guess I have six books with Terry Pratchett's name on them here at school. I'm in the process of reading Small Gods. I've read Going Postal (twice), Good Omens, and Night Watch of the books I have here. After Small Gods, I have Thief of Time and Lords and Ladies to read. I'll probably end up getting some sort of book or three at the Festival of Books tomorrow, but none of that is set in stone.
YES! He is so geniusly funny it's unbelievable. I've read all of the Discworld books, and loved every single one of them. And Good Omens is also just amazing. I think I'll start reading more Neil Gaiman too.
Of course anyone who likes Terry Pratchet most read Douglas Adams, and vice versa.