A collection of three of the author's "Discworld" novels; "Equal Rites", "Wyrd Sisters" and "Witches Abroad", that feature the characters Granny Weatherwax, Nanny Ogg and Magrit Garlick....
|Title||:||The Witches Trilogy|
|Number of Pages||:||592 Pages|
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The Witches Trilogy Reviews
Having read quite a lot of Sir Terence's works, i'm convinced that the Witches Trilogy is by far the best of all the Discworld novels. Jokes and humour apart, the trilogy is one of the best specimen of Sir Terence's unique and humane philosophy and world view. And of course there's quite a bit of "headology" involved :-D
The first Terry Pratchett book I ever read - and I was hooked!
40 of so books, different collections, some audio, it's pratchett, read and heard some as well, all. Dates wrong.
Witches Abroad:The flow in this one was definitely an improvement upon Wyrd Sisters. There were so many awesome passages in this book, I can't even begin to name them all. Every single one about Greebo, for example.
I think the witches are my favorite Discworld characters. Apart from Death of course, he is brilliant. It is hard to decide which one of the three novels in this Omnibus is my favorite, it is between Wyrd Sisters and Witches Abroad.
The witches, always my favourite Discworld Characters :-)
The kind of humor that makes me want to cry, it is so good! the witches are lovable and despicable, sometimes both at the same time. Great fun!
Not sure which story I liked best, they were all pretty enjoyable: perhaps the second one.