Snuff

by Terry Pratchett | Humor |
ISBN: 0062097865 Global Overview for this book
Registered by wingOBCZ-TeddysDenwing of Herisau, Appenzell Ausserrhoden Switzerland on 3/19/2019
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Journal Entry 1 by wingOBCZ-TeddysDenwing from Herisau, Appenzell Ausserrhoden Switzerland on Tuesday, March 19, 2019
zu behändigen im bärigen Stübchen für Mitglieder - it waits in the cupboard for members to be picked up in beautiful Appenzellerland.

Journal Entry 2 by wingOBCZ-TeddysDenwing at Café Gloria (OBCZ) in Zürich, Zürich Switzerland on Tuesday, March 19, 2019

Released 1 yr ago (3/21/2019 UTC) at Café Gloria (OBCZ) in Zürich, Zürich Switzerland

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Journal Entry 3 by spy-there at Zürich, Zürich Switzerland on Friday, March 22, 2019
A Pratchett I don't know yet - and it's even a Sam Vimes story, hooray!

"Viele Grüsse aus Berlin"? hm ...

Journal Entry 4 by spy-there at Zürich, Zürich Switzerland on Sunday, March 31, 2019
This is the 39th novel in the Discworld series, the ninth (and last) City Watch story.
Sam Vimes may be the Commander of the City Watch, may command his men around, even Nobby Nobbs or Detritus the golem - but at home he is somewhat powerless. When his wife decides that he is in need of vacation, he knows better than to put up a fight. Vimes worships Lady Sybil, and thus, one day, he leaves the Watch in the care of Captain Carrot and sets out with Sybil, little Sam and Willikins, the trusty butler and bodyguard to the Ramkin's countryside mansion.

As it happens when a copper goes to holidays: the crime will surely follow him. Vimes soon finds a dead body. It's a goblin. Which are considered vermin by everybody, but nevertheless ... it's murder! Or isn't it? Vimes cannot tolerate it. On his land! Ok, his land by marriage, but nevertheless ...
When he meets a goblin girl who plays the harp in an extraordinary talented manner, his decision is made. Goblins are not just stinking vermin, they must be granted rights like dwarves, golems, werwolves and other humanoids. To kill a goblin is murder and must be treated as such! Of course Vimes pursuits (and finds) the killer, and also discovers who is behind it all. Somebody who abducts and enslaves goblins, produces troll drugs and trafficks them under the cover of tabacco trade ...

A thrilling lecture, not only a postulation of equity for minorities, but a real crime story as well.

Journal Entry 5 by spy-there at Zürich, Zürich Switzerland on Tuesday, March 10, 2020

Released 6 mos ago (3/10/2020 UTC) at Zürich, Zürich Switzerland

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for Ehrentanz, happy reading :)

Released 1 mo ago (8/6/2020 UTC) at Bücherschrank Knielingen Elsässer Platz in Karlsruhe, Baden-Württemberg Germany

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Die Wahl zur (ungelesenen) Freilassung fiel mir hier nicht leicht. Habe ich doch schon ein Scheiben-Welt-Roman ungelesen frei gelassen. Zum Glück stolperte ich dann auch noch über eines seiner Bücher, das bei mir bleibt...

Ich denke auf deutsch hätte ich dem Buch eine grössere Chance gegeben, auf englisch kam ich auch irgendwie nicht recht rein und die durchaus positive Rezension von 'schwarzes Bayern' (einer harmlosen Gothik-Seite) zum natürlich deutschen Exemplar hat mich dann in meinem Entschluss gefestigt. Sowieso hätte mich wohl eine Geschichte erwartet, die nur bedingt in mein normales Lese-Vergnügen passt.

PS: das Buch hat leider sehr starke schwarze Abfärbungen auf der Aussenseite (weiss nicht woher). Der Rest ist noch in sehr gutem Zustand.

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