Tuesday, February 13, 2007

A Hat Full of Sky, by Terry Pratchett, 2004 (Tiffany Aching and the Wee Free Men #2)

Tiffany's off to the mountains to learn proper witchery, leaving behind the Chalk, the sheep, and the Baron's son Roland, a connoisseur of curtseys. But something sinister is searching for just such a host as Tiffany's powerful mind, and Tiffany finds she can't leave the blue, six-inch Nac Mac Feegle behind, wherever she goes. A take-no-prisoners sequel with at least as many belly laughs as the first. Smart and delicious. Most strongly recommended; read the books in order.

1 comment:

chelle said...

Stopping in for my not-so-regular visit, and can only say that IT'S ABOUT TIME that you read Terry Pratchett. I cannot help but think of the witches as the ultimate RS presidents.

Have you read David Almond's "The Fire-Eaters" yet?? Loved it as much as "Skellig."