The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents

Discworld, Book 28 (jr.)

Average vote of 770
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Imagine a million clever rats. Rats that don't run. Rats that fight...Maurice, a scruffy tomcat with an eye for the main chance, has the perfect fiddle going. He has a stupid-looking kid for a piper, and he has his very own plague of rats - rats who ...Continua
Ha scritto il 16/12/12

I like the Clan, and it had something in common with the Bromeliad, but it's not one of my favourite Discworld books.

Ha scritto il 30/05/12

First Pratchett I have read.Adult fairy story which made me laugh out loud.Will certainly read some others

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Ha scritto il 02/03/10
I have to admit that I struggled a bit to get into this book; the first chapters are entertaining but not too amazing, but once the Rat King appears, the tone and the rhythm rise a lot. Then, it is a great adventure written in Terry Pratchett's usual...Continua
Ha scritto il 11/02/10

Un libro Fantastico!!!!!!!

Ha scritto il 04/08/08
A very good book. Refreshing, in a sense.After more than 20 Discworld books, I have to admit stories with the usual cast of characters start to wear thin. That's why a change is very welcome.Mind you: it's always the Discworld, and it's always Pratch...Continua

Ha scritto il Aug 18, 2011, 20:20
If you don't turn your life into a story, you just become a part of someone else's story.
Ha scritto il Aug 18, 2011, 20:19
"I may be stupid-looking", Keith added, "but I'm not stupid. I have time to think about things because I don't keep on talking all the time. I look at things. I listen. I try to learn"

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