- Review: The Shepherd's Crown
- Throughout, we meet up of some of the most memorable characters from the previous forty Discworld novels, particularly the women — Eskarina Smith, Agnes Nitt, Queen Magrat, Nanny Ogg, and of course the indomitable Granny Weatherwax. In fact, Granny ...
- Revisiting Terry Pratchett's Johnny Maxwell books
- While Johnny's male friends - Wobbler, Big Mac and Yo-less - are all nicknamed to within an inch of their personalities, Kirsty is instead a precursor to several Discworld characters (most obviously Susan Sto-Helit and Agnes Nitt).
- Things We Saw Today: Cat Hospital Is the Soap Opera We All Need
- I wasn't sure I needed to visit a hospital completely run by cats until I saw this soap opera parody. Now it's made my bucket list. This video's great if only for the catastrophically terrible (read: great) puns that are littered throughout.
- Hasbro Rewrites Canon for Its Toys, Decides All Jurassic World's Dinos Are Dudes
- Princess_Eevee9. Why I don't know why but I imagined Agnes saying that. TheSojourner.
- THEATRE REVIEW: Maskerade by Act II Theatre Company's Pint-Sized Players
- Two years before J.K. Rowling set the literary world alight with Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (1997), the late Sir Terry Pratchett released the 18th instalment of his Discworld series, Maskerade.
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