Night Watch (Discworld, #29; City Watch, #6)

Night Watch (Discworld, #29; City Watch, #6) Don T Put Your Trust In Revolutions They Always Come Round Again That S Why They Re Called Revolutions People Die, And Nothing Changes For A Policeman, There Can Be Few Things Worse Than A Serial Killer At Loose In Your City Except, Perhaps, A Serial Killer Who Targets Coppers, And A City On The Brink Of Bloody Revolution The People Have Found Their Voice At Last, The Flags And Barricades Are RisingAnd The Question For A Policeman, An Officer Of The Law, A Defender Of The Peace, Is Are You With Them, Or Are You Against Them My favourite Pratchett novel, but I m not really sure why.I think that Sam Vimes being in it definitely helps I think my favourite series in the Discworld novels are the City Watch series along with the witches of Lancre and Death His character arc really comes to a head in this one, even though he still has another level to go to in Thud I also think that time travel being in it also definitely helps Though not the quantum, metaphysical, zany fun of Thief of Time though Lu Tze makes an My favourite Pratchett novel, but I m not really sure why.I think that Sam Vimes being in it definitely helps I think my favourite series in the Discworld novels are the City Watch series along with the witches of Lancre and Death His character arc really comes to a head in this one, even though he still has another level to go to in Thud I also think that time travel being in it also definitely helps Though not the quantum, metaphysical, zany fun of Thief of Time though Lu Tze makes an appearance , this trip through the Trousers of Time is meaningful, poignant, even tragic.Oh I think this was the first Discworld novel to make me cry I don t cry a lot when I read rarely do I even get weepy Discworld always, always makes me laugh a lot it makes me want to write, wonder, think, grin, ponder, mull, and al
from my blog at Thud In one timeline, that s the name of another Pratchett Discworld novel the 34th, apparently.Thud In another, that s the sound of me marching to my own drum.In yet another, that s the sound the vegetables thrown by my book loving friends make when they hit my hard head.Because, honestly, this was in between the okay and liked it kind of read for me Given my GR friend average rating of 4.52, I m missing something Most likely from my blog at Thud In one timeline, that s the name of another Pratchett Discworld novel the 34th, apparently.Thud In another, that s the sound of me marching to my own drum.In yet another, that s the sound the vegetables thrown by my book loving friends make when they hit my hard head.Because, honestly, this was in between the okay and liked it kind of read for me Given my GR friend average rating of 4.52, I m missing something Most likely, it is books one through five in the Night Watch sub series of Discworld I did read at least two Vines books, Men at Arms, and possibly Feet of Clay. Or maybe it was that other timeline, because it was a really, really long time ago, and Vines was almost all I remembered remember, I told you I often have only foggy details stored Night Watch A Discworld novel in which guardsman Sam Vines learns that Time Travel is Confusing Currently a Baron, with time occupiedby meetings than by feeling the cit
While Terry Pratchett is known for the humor in his Discworld series, I enjoy them primarily because while on the surface, his books do indeed classify as humor, he also writes these almost painful realities, very human thoughts and incredibly immersive emotions in situations that you generally don t find in most humorous fantasy sci fi which tendstowards parody and caricatures Though, I wouldn t exactly say that the Discworld series isn t a parody because his books are parodies, or s While Terry Pratchett is known for the humor in his Discworld series, I enjoy them primarily becau
People are content to wait a long time for salvation, but prefer dinner to turn up inside an hour His Grace, His Excellency, The Duke of Ankh Commander Sir Samuel Vimes has been my acknowledged, unconquerable Discworld literary C R U S H ever since.I would choose him over Mr Darcy that s saying somethin Shame none of the Watch books were put to film, I could have imagined the divine Alan Rickman R.I.P playing him to perfection.But the time has come to reveal my so far secret People are content to wait a long time for salvation, but prefer dinner to turn up inside an hour His Grace, His Excellency, The Du
Terry Pratchett may have been the coolest writer on earth.Certainty one of the coolest.In 1969, Steve Winwood and his band mates in Blind Faith some little known musicians named Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Ric Grech sang these beautiful lyrics in the haunting song Can t Find My Way Home Come down off your throne and leave your body aloneSomebody must changeYou are the reason I ve been waiting all these yearsSomebody holds the keyWell, I m near the end and I just ain t got the timeAnd I m w Terry Pratchett may have been the coolest writer on earth.Certainty one of the coolest.In 1969, Steve Winwood and his band mates in Blind Faith some little known musicians named Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Ric Grech sang these beautiful lyrics in the haunting song Can t Find My Way Home Come down off your throne and leave your body aloneSomebody must changeYou are the reason I ve been waiting all these yearsSomebody holds the keyWell, I m near the end and I just ain t got the timeAnd I m wasted and I can t find my way home In 2002 Pratchett first published his 29th Discworld book, the hauntingly beautiful Night Watch, in which we gentle readers learned that heroic as Sam Vimes was befor
I really enjoyed listening to this audio book I thought the narrator was excellent with the different character s voices It was all very entertaining I adored the humour and the wit present throughout the book It was the first book from Terry Pratchett I
Following a magical accident, Watch Commander Samuel Vimes finds himself in the Ankh Morpork of his youth The good news is that the criminal he was chasing has also joined him in the past, so nocop murders in the present time The bad news is, that Carcer Dun hasthan enough charisma to join and thrive in the Day Watch of the time a cruel organization way above the law.To keep up with the man, Sam Vimes will infiltrate the Night Watch, adopting the identity of his childhood hero, Jo Following a magical accident, Watch Commander Samuel Vimes finds himself in the Ankh Morpork of his youth The good news is that the criminal he was chasing has also joined him in the past, so nocop murders in the present time The bad news is, that Carcer Dun hasthan enough charisma to join and thrive in the Day Watch of the time a cruel organization way above the law.To keep up with the man, Sam Vimes will infiltrate the Night Watch, adopting the identity of his childhood hero, John Keel Luckily, it s not like our favorite City Watch commander is wit
I may have said this when I finished the last Discworld book but this was by far the best Discworld book yet Perhaps the best Pratchett book I ve read I loved it It was not laugh out loud funny the way many of Pratchett s books are but it was so good It was darker, delving into the history of Ankh Morpork Discworld s largest city and allowing us glimpses into the past of several repeat characters, primarily Sam Vimes, Commander of the Night Watch, but also Lord Vetinari, Patrician of Ankh I may have said this when I finished the last Discworld book but this was by far the best Discworld book yet Perhaps the
If I could give this book ten stars, I would In fact, it makes me rethink all of the other books that I ve given five stars, perhaps they don t deserve itHere s the problem This book isn t going to have the right impact unless you ve read, at the very least, three of the previous Ankh Morpork Night Watch books Please, if you have heard about Pratchett and are looking for some place to start, go
Somehow Terry Pratchett seems to go down particularly well when I m not feeling at my best I ve read several that I ve enjoyed but not been particularly grabbed by In comparison, the times that I ve read one of his books while sick or exhaus

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  • Night Watch (Discworld, #29; City Watch, #6)
  • Terry Pratchett
  • English
  • 03 October 2018
  • 055215430X