Wednesday, June 18, 2008

and she scores

these were destined for the Op Shop [ thrift store ]
and Nadie / The Boy already had copies, so they snagged 'em for mememememe

10 comments:

Lisa L said...

I am totally jealous! I would be in heaven this summer if I had a tableful of Discworld books!

ozjane said...

Oh how ignorant I continue to find I am........sad. Moggie still loves me.
But that author of whom you seem inordinately fond.......of said author ...I have never heard.
See I did admit to being ignorant.
Bet it is one of the genre I avoid in the library...lol

Alwen said...

And I'll bet not a one of them is the "American edition". (Drives me crazy that they even think there needs to BE one -- leave my sausages inna bun alone, please! If I want a hot dog I'll go to Chicago.)

Sheepish Annie said...

I'm actually shaking a little bit. That's how impressed I am! I always snag the Pratchetts when they show up in the used bookstore. I just reread The Color Of Magic the other day. I did so simply because I would pay a great deal of money for luggage that follows me wherever I go. Imagine how great it would be to never have to deal with bags lost to the airlines...

Robbyn said...

Oh yipee!!! I have read all of them (and most of them more than once) and I am envious of your having your first delightful stroll through these books. Excellent summer (or any other time, for that matter) reading.

What an awesome haul :)

Robbyn said...

P.S. Interesting Times, Small Gods and Feet of Clay are exceptional - even for Pratchett :)

Bells said...

what a score! That's brilliant.

catsmum said...

...what I have there are 22 out of the first 24 in the series - missing is #1 Colour of Magic and #20 Hogfather. One of the things that had kept me from collecting the discworld books was the sheer number of them but with such a head start ??!
so Colour of Money is winging its way hither as I type and I'm sure I'll be able to track down Hogfather by the time I need it.

TinkingBell said...

Love the princess bride references (favourite movie of all time) and so jealous of the Terry ratchett score (don't now why - I have them anyway)
I love the witch and guard ones (Equal Rites, Guards, Guards - oh - hell - I just love them all!)

The Boy said...

Yes Alwen, a couple of those are American versions. I kept the UK versions for myself. You're right though, there's no call for the "Color" of Magic.