What was Terry Pratchett’s first book?

Terry Pratchett was born in 1948 and had his first story published when he was just thirteen. After leaving school at seventeen to become a journalist he continued writing, publishing his first novel, The Carpet People, in 1971 and going on to produce the phenomenally successful Discworld series.

What is the first Terry Pratchett book to read?

The Carpet People is the perfect read to get anyone acquainted with Pratchett’s truly unique style of storytelling – it’s his very first book after all! This epic fantasy follows a tribe called The Munrungs, across their world known as the Carpet.

What is Terry Pratchett’s most popular book?

Good Omens – One of his most famous works, it’s a comedy about the birth of Satan’s son and the coming apocalypse, with the wit and wisdom that only Pratchett and fellow champion fantasy author Gaiman could bring.

Do you have to read all the Discworld in order?

You can read the books in the order you want, because it’s an anthology. But, even if the Discworld is made of stand-alone novels, there are recurring protagonists. What follows is the publication order. After that, you’ll find the order by “subseries” if you want to follow some specific characters.

When was the first Discworld book published?

1The Colour of Magic1983
2The Light Fantastic1986
3Equal Rites1987

What did Terry Pratchet write?

Sir Terry Pratchett OBE
GenreComic fantasy, Satire, Science-fiction
Notable worksDiscworld Good Omens Nation The Nome Trilogy
Notable awardsKnight Bachelor (2009) OBE (1998)


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