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Hogfather by Terry Pratchett
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May 01, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: comedy, action, mystery
Read in March, 2010

In Hogfather, Terry Pratchett takes his readers to an alternate reality where myth and fantasy are a part of the world. A Santa Clause like figure known as Hogfather has disappeared and another is working to perform his duties on his yearly gift-giving holiday.

At the same time, an assassin is contracted to murder a mythical being, a tooth fairy is kidnapped, and numerous new mythical beings begin to appear throughout the world.

I don't know how to say much more without giving away bits of plot and surprises. All in all, we'll just say that this book is interesting, creative, amusing, and entertaining. The characters are great and the plot changes keep the story moving along.

I look forward to checking out more of his Discworld novels in the future.

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