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Terry had a hard time explaining everything in a well-thought out manner. If you're a PTerry fan, it is the sheer amount of Discworld references (I say references, but this was a pre-cursor to Discworld so it's more of a starting point). It'll make you chuckle a little, if only at how rubbish it is considering who wrote it.
We have Small Gods here, Hogswatch and klatch and probably a couple of character traits in the robots and humans. But it's hugely enjoyable because that's what he does to you. Blog | Reviews | Instagram | Twitter Having gone back and read (and been pleasantly surprised by) Strata recently I knew it would only be a matter of time before I went even further back in to Pratchett's formative publishing years and happily I was not disappointed, especially as now I am a fan of science fiction rather than a guy who loves Discworld and was willing to give anything written by Terry Pratchett a go.
Strange places, ideas and people were explained by even stranger places, ideas and descriptions, making it difficult to know what was going on.
It is a fairly decent yarn, with a good story arc and some great comedy sci-fi moments. I remembered really enjoying this one, quite a bit more than Strata in fact, and that is still true all these years later.Which brings me to The Dark Side of The Sun and Strata – Pratchett’s first two ‘albums’ (not counting his early Carpet People demo).Naïve, a bit clumsy, yet buzzing with the energy of the point in life when everything is possible, and one specific direction has not yet been chosen in favor of the infinite other ones. As heir to a huge fortune he had an excellent robot servant (with Man-Friday subcircuitry), a planet (the First Syrian Bank) as a godfather, a security chief who even ran checks on himself, and on Dom's home world even death was not always fatal. I know many people would argue, but I don't think he would have become half the writer he was if he had not been writing in the fantasy genre. I know many people would argue, but I don't think he would have become half the writer he was if he had not been writing in the fantasy genre.Why then, in an age when prediction was a science, was his future in doubt? His ability to write about people is what made him wonderful and well-loved, but putting that in to a fantasy setting made it. His ability to write about people is what made him wonderful and well-loved, but putting that in to a fantasy setting made it.
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It isn't a comedy though, in fact while its not overly serious you could barely even call it a satire. As i said it has all the problems of space-opera, too many characters, too many names, too much technobabble, too many weird concepts etc. There were still several occasions when i literally have no idea what happened, mostly action sequences.