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The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents by Terry Pratchett
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Mar 01, 13

Read in February, 2012

Meatier, and less confusing, than most Discworld novels, imo. Probably a decent introduction to the series, next time you go recommending Pratchett. But it also stands alone.

And (to speak to some of the other reviewers) yes it's YA, and yes it's grimmer and more serious than some of his 'adult' work - that's because teens aren't junior adults who want junior reads - they are in the process of actively figuring out the world and their place in it and they crave substance and intensity in their books and games.
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Saxton B. Little Staff I so love all the titles to this series! I keep saying someday I'm actually going to read one.

message 2: by Cheryl (last edited Mar 06, 2013 02:58PM) (new) - rated it 4 stars

Cheryl I think the titles are what keeps me reading them.... They really aren't quite my cuppa tea. But I admit that I also read them because my husband and my irl friends do.

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