Discworld, Book 18

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The Opera House is a huge, rambling building full of masked figures and hooded shadows, and in the wings are the Discworld's greatest witches, Granny Weatherwax and Nanny Ogg, who fancy a night at the opera. But there's trouble ahead.
Wrote 2/29/12

Not my favourite Discworld novel, nor my favourite Lancre Witches novel.
I don't know if it's because I don't know the opera that well, but it seems to lack something.
I liked Andrè though.


Phantom of the opera with a chuckle.

Wrote 5/17/08

One of the best Pratchett books in the Witches series: Nanny and Granny meet Opera. Extra funny! :)

Wrote 2/28/08

The novel that moved the balance of my preferences from the "City Watch" sub-series to the "Witches" one!

Wrote 9/22/07
While I adore anything by Terry Pratchett, I admit that this may be my least-favorite of his works. Though his parody of "The Phantom of the Opera" is masterfully done, I found the conclusion disappointing, but inevitable. Another reason to love Te...Continua

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