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Terry Pratchett

Newest release: Making Money in hardback - release date September 1, 2007.

Newest release: The Wit and Wisdom of Discworld in hardback - release date October 1, 2007.

Author news - Sir Terry Pratchett died on March 12, 2015, at age 66. Death took him too soon. He was knighted in 2009. Pratchett announced December 11, 2007, that he had been diagnosed with a rare form of early onset Alzheimer's.

Terry Pratchett's Discworld books will make you grin, snicker, chortle and laugh right out loud. Uncontrollably, at times.

Master of comic fantasy, Terry Pratchett was born (in 1948) and bred in England (where he still lives) and sold his first short story at age 14. He began writing the Discworld books in 1983 and was able to quit "work" and begin writing full-time by 1987.

Even more popular in the United Kingdom than in the United States, every Discworld book since Mort (#4) has hit their bestsellers lists. Pratchett received the Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 1998 for his services to literature, and has received honorary doctorates from British universities.

Why call it Discworld? Well, Terry Pratchett posits a flat world carried by four gigantic elephants, standing on the back of a planet-sized turtle that floats through space. So, naturally, it's called Discworld. Give it a spin - you won't be sorry.

The bibliography here lists all the Discworld novels in chronological order, as well as Discworld companion books, games, and DVDs.

We've also included a section of books and other items (including the calendar) that are unavailable in the U.S., but may be purchased through amazon.co.uk. We apologize that the listings at Amazon (here in the US) are sometimes incomplete - often some of Terry's UK books will appear and disappear at Amazon as sellers acquire them and offer them used.

Buy Discworld Books by Terry Pratchett
Making Money
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The Discworld Series by Terry Pratchett

Here is the complete Discworld bibliography in chronological order:

  1. The Color of Magic
  2. The Light Fantastic
  3. Equal Rites
  4. Mort
  5. Sourcery
  6. Wyrd Sisters
  7. Pyramids
  8. Guards! Guards!
  9. Eric
  10. Moving Pictures
  11. Reaper Man
  12. Witches Abroad
  13. Small Gods
  14. Lords and Ladies
  15. Men at Arms
  16. Soul Music
  17. Interesting Times
  18. Maskerade
  19. Feet of Clay
  20. Hogfather
  21. Jingo
  22. The Last Continent
  23. Carpe Jugulum
  24. The Fifth Elephant
  25. The Truth
  26. Thief of Time
  27. Night Watch
  28. Monstrous Regiment
  29. Going Postal
  30. Thud!
  31. Making Money
The Last Hero : A Discworld Fable
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The Last Hero: A Discworld Fable
by Terry Pratchett, illustrated by Paul Kidby

This richly illustrated, short fable of Discworld has Cohen the Barbarian seeking to end his long life with a bang - one that will destroy the world. Can Leonard of Quirm come up with a new technology that will allow our heroes to beat Cohen to the punch? They're up, up and away in this wonderful Discworld graphic adventure.
Discworld Companion
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Discworld Companions and Maps

The Discworld Companion by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Briggs

The perfect pick for Discworld fans, this encyclopedic compendium has all the trivial and non-trivial details on the Discworld characters, places, objects of interest - everything Discworld at your fingertips. Released in 1997, The Discworld Companion is current through Hogfather. A must-have for fans.

Note: A new, updated edition has been issued in the UK and they have it used at amazon (title is The New Discworld Companion, also by Briggs). It's current through Night Watch and The Last Hero. Don't know yet if or when a new US edition will be coming out - we'll keep you posted.

Fans may also want The Discworld Mapp (1995) - a booklet, really, with some general silliness included - but the map folds out to poster size which is nice.

Other humorous Discworld maps include:
A Tourist Guide to Lancre
Streets of Ankh Morpork
Death's Domain: A Discworld Mapp

Test your knowledge of Discworld trivia with David Langford's The Unseen University Challenge, a Terry Pratchett's "Discworld" Quizbook.

New: Amazon is going to offer the UK edition (Doubleday UK) of The Unseen University Cut-Out Book - not for kids, but for grown-up fun. To be released November 2006.
The Wit and Wisdom of Discworld
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The Wit and Wisdom of Discworld by Terry Pratchett

New compendium, no info yet.
The Science of Discworld III : Darwins Watch
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The Science of Discworld by Terry Pratchett, Ian Stewart and Jack Cohen

When a wizardly experiment goes adrift, the wizards of Unseen University find themselves with a pocket universe on their hands: Roundworld, where neither magic nor common sense seems to stand a chance against logic. The Universe, of course, is our own. And Roundworld is Earth. As the wizards watch their accidental creation grow, we follow the story of our universe from the primal singularity of the Big Bang to the Internet and beyond. Through this original Terry Pratchett story (with intervening chapters from Cohen and Stewart) we discover how puny and insignificant individual lives are against a cosmic backdrop of creation and disaster. Yet, paradoxically, we see how the richness of a universe based on rules, has led to a complex world and at least one species that tried to get a grip of what was going on...

Both the followup books are available used at Amazon: The Science of Discworld II: The Globe. and The Science of Discworld III: Darwin's Watch
The Pratchett Portfolio
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Discworld Cover Art

The Pratchett Portfolio (Discworld) by Paul Kidby

A collection of all the "Discworld" characters, in a world floating through space on the backs of four elephants standing on a giant turtle. The characters range from Rincewind, the incompetent wizard, to Greebo, the rather human cat. They are all illustrated in color and in pencil drawings.
Josh Kirby Discworld Portfolio
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The Josh Kirby Discworld Portfolio by Josh Kirby

Twenty-eight of the very best Discworld cover paintings are featured in this portfolio from the late Josh Kirby. Includes artworks featuring such classic Discworld characters as Eric the Demonologist, Death, and Luggage, The Josh Kirby Discworld Portfolio is a must for any fan of Terry Pratchett's fiction and Josh Kirby's artwork.
The Art of Discworld
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The Art of Discworld by Terry Pratchett, Paul Kidby

The Discworld might have started out in the imagination of its Creator, Terry Pratchett, but over the past 30 or more books, it has taken on a life of its own.

Here, gathered together for the first time, is artist Paul Kidby's own voyage through the Disc, in glorious color and intricate black and white: a cornucopia of characters that have won the hearts of millions of adoring readers the world over: Here is The Art of Discworld.
Nanny Oggs Cookbook
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Nanny Ogg's Cookbook by Terry Pratchett

"Nanny Ogg, one of Discworld's most famous witches, is passing on some of her huge collection of tasty and above all interesting recipes, since everyone else is doing it. But in addition to the delights of the Strawberry Wobbler and Nobby's Mum's Distressed Pudding, Mrs. Ogg imparts her thoughts on life, death, etiquette ('If you go to other people's funerals they'll be sure to come to yours'), courtship, children and weddings, all in a refined style that should not offend the most delicate of sensibilities. Well, not much. Most of the recipes have been tried out on people who are still alive." - book description. Must-have for Discworld collectors.

Strata by Terry Pratchett
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Strata by Terry Pratchett

Strata, first published in 1988, is a sort of prequel to the Discworld books, without much of the silliness. From the book description: "The Company builds planets. Kin Arad is a high-ranking official of the Company. After twenty-one decades of living, and with the help of memory surgery, she is at the top of her profession. Discovering two of her employees have placed a fossilized plesiosaur in the wrong stratum, not to mention the fact it is holding a placard which reads 'End Nuclear Testing Now', doesn't dismay the woman who built a mountain range in the shape of her initials during her own high-spirited youth. But then comes a discovery of something which did intrigue Kin Arad. A flat earth was something new... " Pratchett fans will want to add Strata to their Discworld collections.
Discworld for Playstation
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Discworld Games for Sony Playstation

Discworld - by Psygnosis for Sony Playstation, the original super game. Get it while you can.

Discworld 2: Morality Bites - by Psygnosis for Sony Playstation.

Discworld Noir - by Infrogrames - this game was released only in the UK but you can find it on amazon for PC (win 98).
Discworld - Soul Music
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Discworld on DVD

Some of the Discworld stories are available as animated DVDs (they were produced several years ago for British TV).

Terry Pratchett's Discworld - Soul Music - Buddy starts a "rock" band (in Discworld, rock music actually involves rocks) and Death's granddaughter becomes a groupie. The animation is so-so, but the songs are great. DVD includes "Welcome to the Discworld" (complete pilot), interview with Terry Pratchett, storyboards, Pratchett biography, character biographies, Discworld booklist. Fun, fun, fun.

Terry Pratchett's Discworld - Wyrd Sisters - Originally a six-episode miniseries for British TV, Christopher Lee does Death's voice. Very dated animation, mixed reviews. For fans only, we think.
Discworld Roleplaying Game
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Discworld Roleplaying Game: Adventures on the Back of the Turtle
by Terry Pratchett (Creator), Phil Masters, John M. Ford, Steve Jackson (Editor), Paul Kidby (Illustrator)

Highly entertaining 240-page rule book with lots of information about Discworld and its peoples (?). Whether you are into role-playing games or not, this game is a fun addition to your Discworld collection.

There's an add-on called Discworld Also.
Good Omens - Pratchett and Gaiman
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Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch (new edition 2006)
by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman

This is not a Discworld novel, but a re-release of a joint effort by Pratchett and Gaiman originally published in 1990.

"Pratchett (of Discworld fame) and Gaiman (of Sandman fame) may seem an unlikely combination, but the topic (Armageddon) of this fast-paced novel is old hat to both. Pratchett's wackiness collaborates with Gaiman's morbid humor; the result is a humanist delight to be savored and reread again and again. You see, there was a bit of a mixup when the Antichrist was born, due in part to the machinations of Crowley, who did not so much fall as saunter downwards, and in part to the mysterious ways as manifested in the form of a part-time rare book dealer, an angel named Aziraphale. Like top agents everywhere, they've long had more in common with each other than the sides they represent, or the conflict they are nominally engaged in. The only person who knows how it will all end is Agnes Nutter, a witch whose prophecies all come true, if one can only manage to decipher them. The minor characters along the way (Famine makes an appearance as diet crazes, no-calorie food and anorexia epidemics) are as much fun as the story as a whole, which adds up to one of those rare books which is enormous fun to read the first time, and the second time, and the third time..." - Amazon's review of the original edition.

Discworld fans will definitely want this book.
Once More with Footnotes
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Once More with Footnotes (2004)
by Terry Pratchett

While the publish date is 2004, this is a collection including some of Pratchett's earliest short stories and writings, as well as several Discworld stories. It is occasionally offered on Amazon by marketplace sellers (the last I checked there were three copies and the cheapest was $135 - ouch!).

For true collectors and die-hard fans.