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84 – Why Discworld Is Awesome (Except When It Isn’t)

The Mythcreant Podcast
What’s that, Jim is still here in the podcast? Okay, then it’s time to talk about Discworld. There’s a lot going on in this disc-shaped world atop four elephants standing on the back of a giant turtle, the Great A’Tuin. A lot of it, like the dwarves, is really good. Some of it, like deus ex luggage, is not so good. Join us to discover which is which!

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Opening and closing theme: The Princess Who Saved Herself by Jonathan Coulton. Used with permission.

Show Notes:

Men at Arms (Discworld) by Terry Prachett

Monstrous Regiment (Discworld) by Terry Prachett

Going Postal (Discworld) by Terry Prachett

Thud! (Discworld) by Terry Prachett

Guards! Guards! (Discworld) by Terry Prachett

Color Magic (Discworld) by Terry Prachett

Small Gods (Discworld) by Terry Prachett

Cheery Littlebottom

Ankh-Morpork

Detritus

Nobby Nobbs

Commander Vimes

Lady Sybil

The Luggage

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Comments

  1. Kim

    I love Discworld and I enjoyed hearing your all thoughts on it. My favorite books (at the moment, which is my favorite Discworld book changes) are Thud and Night Watch. Both are darker books, but I seem to prefer those.

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