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Author:
Terry Pratchett
ISBN13:
978-0385269797
ISBN:
038526979X
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Publisher:
Random House Children's Books; First Edition edition (1990)
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Science Fiction & Fantasy
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1592 kb
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Diggers is the second book in the fantastically funny trilogy, The Bromeliad. Written by Sir Terry Pratchett. When humans threaten their new home, the nomes are ready to fight back.

Diggers is the second book in the fantastically funny trilogy, The Bromeliad.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. A group of small creatures called nomes, whose families have lived for generations hidden in a department store.

The Nome Trilogy, also known as The Bromeliad Trilogy, is a trilogy of children's books by British writer Terry Pratchett, consisting of the books Truckers (1989), Diggers (1990) and Wings (1990)

The Nome Trilogy, also known as The Bromeliad Trilogy, is a trilogy of children's books by British writer Terry Pratchett, consisting of the books Truckers (1989), Diggers (1990) and Wings (1990). The trilogy tells the story of the Nomes, an alien race of tiny humans from another world who now live hidden among humans. Through the books they struggle to survive in the world and, once they learn of their history from an artefact known as "The Thing", make plans to return home.

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Pratchett, Terry - The Unadulterated Cat - 1989. Diggers Wings Only You Can Save Mankind Johnny and the dead Johnny and the bomb. Посмотреть все изображения. 02 Pratchett, Terry - Diggers (Bromeliad) - 2014.

The Color of Magic is Terry Pratchett's maiden voyage through the now-legendary land of Discworld. This is where it all begins - with the tourist Twoflower and his wizard guide, Rincewind.

Sir Terence David John Pratchett OBE (28 April 1948 – 12 March 2015) was an English humorist, satirist, and author of fantasy novels, especially comical works. He is best known for his Discworld series of 41 novels. Pratchett's first novel, The Carpet People, was published in 1971. The first Discworld novel, The Colour of Magic, was published in 1983, after which Pratchett wrote an average of two books a year.

Terry Pratchett was a genius and his books are so well written. Extremely witty and original. previous 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 next . new topic. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.

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When their home, a large department store, was demolished, thousands of tiny nomes made a daring and dramatic escape on a stolen lorry - and only just in time. The abandoned quarry they have found is perfect for their needs but strange things begin to happen and their new home is under threat.
  • This is the second book in the trilogy of novels that Pratchett wrote about the Nomes, small creatures that crash-landed on Earth several centuries earlier, and who must re-discover their past in order to return home. A worthy sequel to Truckers; you should definitely read Truckers first. Pratchett uses the Nomes to make satirical comments about humanity and religious extremism/orthodoxy and the main characters are well developed.

  • Having come late to Terry Pratchett's writing and his wonderful sense of humor, I must say I thoroughly enjoyed all three of the Bromeliad books. The insights into human nature clothed in truly funny just plain stupid thoughts and actions by the nomes resonated with me on a primal level. I'm one of those who sees something funny when nobody else does, and only see poignant or tragic many times others' sides are splitting. What a story of triumph of the little fellow! Now I can't wait to read the rest of Terry's books!

  • Fun to read, but not a brilliant plot. Pratchett's books are usually more ironic and thoughtful. Almost like he wrote it on a bar napkin after a run-in with a zealot for revenge's sake, and then threw in a few quotables just for good measure.

  • Lovely thoughtful look at humans from another point of view. I can't imagine how Pratchett comes up with all of this.

  • A slow start. But stick with it and the end is a pleasant, mysterious surprise. Darn. Now I'll have to read the third book.

  • I can see why Terry Pratchett is so beloved. These books are full of fun, humor, adventure, and meaning. I want more!

  • I really enjoyed reading Diggers, book 2 of a yrilogy. Kudos to Terry Pratchett for creating another enjoyable fantasy world.

  • Disclosure alert - I Love (capital L) the words of Terry Pratchett. This clearly is an earlier series, but it has all the wry, clear eyed vision that we love. Gnomes rock. Literally. Read it.