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10 thoughts on “Moving Pictures

  1. says:

    Welcome to the fabulous dream factory the best place on earth oh sorry wrong promo I mean Pratchett´s dissection of the superficiality and deception of the mass production of entertainment and mediaThanks to the alchemists the Discworld has become so much richer in high uality entertainment fun or the immensely useless waste of human lifetime depending on the pro or anti movie watching standpoint I am possibly a bit biased here

  2. says:

    This most Lovecraftian of Terry Pratchett’s Discworld books this being number TEN and first published in 1990 and first of the Industrial Revolution books Moving Pictures as a title of course makes me think of Rush’s brilliant 1981 album of the same name Pratchett even makes droll word play just as in Rush

  3. says:

    Another great Discworld novel just not uite 5 stars ⭐️ More tomorrow hopefully45 ⭐️So a couple of days have elapsed and I still feel that this is not uite a 5 star read far enough away to make it a solid 4 stars It is as ever with Sir Terry a fantastic story and a wonderful parody of 20th21st century lifeThis bo

  4. says:

    This is a re read and I'm upping my rating because well let's face it this is the start of a brand new chapter in the Discworld and it follows

  5. says:

    Can you hear that? It's the sound of a movie reel Discworld has it's first foray into the industrial revolution Here in form of the last guardian of an old portal dying without anybody being there to take up his tasks Not long after some alchemists in Ankh Morpork develop clicks moving pictures painted by enslaved little demons Cut Me Own T

  6. says:

    The Discworld is constantly evolving mainly courtesy of Ankh Morpork's guilds of something or other The Alchemists Guild's latest bout of explosion for example has produced the raw material for moving pictures ie movies Pretty soon Ankh Morpork becomes too cramped for the extravagant movie directors so cue a surprisingly fast and steady exodus to Holy Wood a long abandoned dwelling in the desertHoly Wood however is not a

  7. says:

    I'm stingy with my 5 star ratings and considered going with a 4 here but I really enjoyed this read It is hilarious From Trolls who don't want to get type cast I played a troll who runs out and hits him with a rock to a talking wonder dog who can't get noticed because he's too scruffy the cliches of the movies get very skewered Everyone is headed to the?Holy Wood to be a star And of course as we all know moving pictures or the c

  8. says:

    I wasn't under the weather this time and again I enjoyed but didn't love it Maybe I should just save the Terry Pratchetts for times when I'm sick It's a weird uirk Or maybe it's just that I love the Watch books but haven't f

  9. says:

    I love Pratchett and the Discworld but there are few DW books I didn't enjoy as much Don't get me wrong this is funny book but nothing than t

  10. says:

    This is Holy Wood To pass the time uickly you just film the clock hands moving fast but when it's being written by Terry Pratchett why would you want to?Moving Pictures Pratchett's Discworld parody of Hollywood appeals to me a great deal purely as a cinephile and wannabe film maker but as it's Pratchett it's a

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Moving Pictures

'Holy wood is a different sort of place People act differently here Everywhere else the most important things are gods or money or cattle Here the most important thing is to be important' People might say that reality is a uality that things pos. Another great Discworld novel just not uite 5 stars More tomorrow hopefully45 So a couple of days have elapsed and I still feel that this is not uite a 5 star read far enough away to make it a solid 4 stars It is as ever with Sir Terry a fantastic story and a wonderful parody of 20th21st century lifeThis book starts with the death of an old man who was guarding the hill at Holy Wood by the sea Without his daily chants strange things start to awaken and attempt to escape from the cave beneath the hill The alchemists are drawn to the hill and are strangely interested in st

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On the ultimate alchemy the invention of motion pictures the greatest making of illusions It may be a triumph of universe shaking proportions It's either that or they're about to unlock the dark terrible secret of the Holy Wood hills by mistake. I wasn t under the weather this time and again I enjoyed but didn t love it Maybe I should just save the Terry Pratchetts for times when I m sick It s a weird uirk Or maybe it s just that I love the Watch books but haven t fallen for the rest of the universe uite so hardNote The rest of this review has been withdrawn due to the changes in Goodreads policy and enforcement You can read why I came to this decision hereIn the meantime you can read the entire review at Smorgasbook

free read ì eBook or Kindle ePUB ï Terry Pratchett

Sess in the same way that they possess weight Sadly alchemists never really held with such a uaint notion They think that they can change reality shape it to their own purpose Imagine then the damage that could be wrought if they get their hands. Can you hear that It s the sound of a movie reel Discworld has it s first foray into the industrial revolution Here in form of the last guardian of an old portal dying without anybody being there to take up his tasks Not long after some alchemists in Ankh Morpork develop clicks moving pictures painted by enslaved little demons Cut Me Own Throat Dibbler the sausage dealer isn t gonna miss out on a chance to get rich so he becomes the first agentfilm studio executive Soon first people and then animals that can suddenly talk are drawn to where the portal used to be Holy Wood without kno

  • Paperback
  • 396
  • Moving Pictures
  • Terry Pratchett
  • English
  • 14 February 2019
  • 9780552152945

About the Author: Terry Pratchett

Born Terence David John Pratchett Sir Terry Pratchett sold his first story when he was thirteen which earned him enough money to buy a second hand typewriter His first novel a humorous fantasy entitled The Carpet People appeared in 1971 from the publisher Colin Smythe Terry worked for many years as a journalist and press officer writing in his spare time and publishing a number of novels i