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October 28th, 2011


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09:58 pm - Hardcover books are not the most convenient things to fit in handbags
So, yesterday my copy of Snuff by Terry Pratchett finally arrived. (The pay-off for the later arrival being that Book Depository had it for $10 cheaper than anywhere else).

I'm currently reading it - or, I should say, I'm currently re-reading it, since I rushed through the whole thing in one go yesterday, and now I'm settling down for a bit slower read as a tram/free-time novel.

Anyone on my flist read it, or in the process of reading? There's been something of a dearth of conversation about it in the usual places that I look, and I think I feel like some bookchat.

ETA: Spoilers in the comments.
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From:neadods
Date:October 29th, 2011 07:41 pm (UTC)
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Seriously! I can't see him as a wizard; his father's disdain will rub off. I think that despite what Willikins said, there's no other place for Sam to go except into the police. Add in his budding science-y side, and forensics it is!

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