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Moonheart by Charles de Lint
Moonheart
by Charles de Lint (Goodreads Author)
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Charles De Lint melds the world everyone deals with every day with the unseen world of the fae and Native American shape changers into a familiar face with a new haircut and a beard.

Moonheart is probably the best book to start reading De Lint with. I
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Good Omens by Terry Pratchett
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Two of the best authors of our time get together and write a book. The world's supposed to end in this book, but no one seems to know what happened to the Antichrist, and the earthbound champions of heaven and hell decide over drinks one night that t ...more
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Small Gods by Terry Pratchett
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This book gets you to take a look at what you believe: do you believe in a god, gods, God, or do you believe in a church? If too many people believe in the Church and not the god, the rituals and trappings become the whole religion, and the god starv ...more
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Night Watch by Terry Pratchett
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Time travel and police work come together in this installment of Terry Pratchett's Discworld. Definitely a book for the seasoned Discworld explorer, but one of the best that he's written.

Sam Vimes gets thrown into his own past with a psychotic cop-ki
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Going Postal by Terry Pratchett
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Everyone knows a smart con man works for the government, right? On these parameters Lord Vetinari picks a convicted con artist to re-open the Ankh-Morpork post office, defunct for years and with large piles of combustible material that should have be ...more
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Monstrous Regiment by Terry Pratchett
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Welcome back to the Vietnam era, Discworld style. An unpopular war in a far-away country, women standing for sexual equality, and drug withdrawals all feature in this book, along with typical Terry Pratchett irony and attention-grabbing plot lines.

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Soul Music by Terry Pratchett
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To this day, this book remains the best commentary on rock and roll, and the rock and roll phenomenon, that I have ever read.

The book opens with Death deciding to retire... again. This time, there's no apprentice to fill the shoes, but the apprentice
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Feet of Clay by Terry Pratchett
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Golems are owned. This is a fact of life on Discworld. So who speaks for these voiceless, thinking machines? Who would?

Affirmative action, equal rights, and prejudice are the focus of this Discworld book set on the streets and in the businesses of An
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The Truth by Terry Pratchett
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You may love them, you may hate them, but reporters are a fact of life these days. These are the people that we depend on to know what's going on in the world around us. So what was it like when the first person started organizing the town gossip int ...more
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The Wolves in the Walls by Neil Gaiman
The Wolves in the Walls
by Neil Gaiman (Goodreads Author)
read in December, 2007
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This book is an interesting twist on what readers have come to expect from Neil Gaiman that have only read his adult stories. Yes, it's dark. Yes, it's twisted. Yes, it's ironic. After all, it is Gaiman writing it.

However, all of these qualities mana
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