Reaper Man

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ROC, 1992 - Fiction - 336 pages
Already a #1 bestselling author in England, Pratchett now gives his U.S. fans another taste of his tremendous talent in this fast-paced novel about the dark and mysterious man we call Death. When Death begins to question the P's and Q's of his job, he is officially retired, which leads to the kind of chaos that always ensues when a public service is withdrawn.

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User Review  - Herenya - LibraryThing

When Death is, well, fired (for want of a better word), he finds himself a different job. But his absence causes problems for those who die, particularly for Windle Poons, the oldest wizard at the ... Read full review

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User Review  - breic - LibraryThing

This isn't Pratchett's best. I don't think he is the best at writing action scenes—or perhaps writing cartoonish action scenes is intrinsically hard. A substantial part of this book covers two ... Read full review

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About the author (1992)

Terry Pratchett is one of the most popular authors writing today and the author of the phenomenally successful Discworld series. His triology for young readers, The Bromeliad is being adapted into an animated movie.

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