After two years, our re-read of every single Discworld book is over. What a journey it's been.
Recent English studies graduate, theatre enthusiast, film watcher and book reader.
Only one more book in Discworld left to tackle.
A look at the last Sam Vimes story in Discworld.
OF COURSE Hamilton is on here.
"I see these last novels as a statement, as Pratchett saying as much as he possibly could, all of the things he might not yet have said, and trying to say them quickly before he lost them forever."
We're getting near the end of Discworld Discussions after two years!
Sorry, but can we talk about the doggo on the cover of Making Money, please?
You just haven't found the right book yet if you think you don't like YA novels.
"The Wintersmith’s desire, in many ways, is no less than a lot of races on the Disc, who have been fighting these past thirty something books for the chance to be treated as nothing less than human."
Nat's been reading a lot of children's books lately. Before you raise an eyebrow, check out why.
Nat explores some of the best fantasy books that haven't yet made the leap to the big screen.
Welcome back, Sam Vines.
It's a seriously eclectic month for books coming up, so we picked a few of our favourites.
In the latest Discworld Discussions, Nat looks at Going Postal, one of the only Discworld novels to be made into a film.
You might remember from my ‘The Wee Free Men’ article that I was raving about Tiffany Aching, the Nac Mac Feegles and the magic of Discworld distilled for kids. ‘A Hat Full of Sky’ follows on pretty much directly from that first book, in…
I tend to be one of those really annoying people who go to see a film and come out telling whoever is unfortunate to be with me exactly all the reasons that the book was different and BETTER. I try not to be too obnoxious, especially if…
Phew! We made it, guys – 2017 is here, finally, and it is not mindless optimism talking when I say that I hope everyone who suffered in 2016 suffers a great deal less in 2017, and that things pick up for all of us. As Sir Terry was so fond…
It's the start of another year! No matter what genres you're into, 2016 brought us piles of exciting new releases. But if you're an avid reader like we are here at Cultured Vultures, you'll know that a year's reading doesn't consist…
Hello, hello, hello. I’m back, I’m hanging onto my sanity by a thread until I finish work in a couple of days and this is going to be a nausea and paracetamol fuelled edition of Discworld Discussions! OK? Everybody happy? Good. Let’s go.…
You’ll have to forgive me if I get too excited in this article. Quite aside from the fact that ‘Night Watch’ is the book I was most looking forwards to on this re-read, I finally got to it at a time when the subject of revolution and…