A hilarious take on the movie industry and all its foibles. Moving Pictures is filled to the brim with Sir Terry Pratchett’s signature wit and cutting humour
‘An enduring, endearing presence in comic literature’ Guardian
The alchemists of the Discworld have discovered the magic of the silver screen. But what is the dark secret of Holy Wood hill?It’s up to Victor Tugelbend (‘Can’t sing.
Can’t dance. Can handle a sword a little’) and Theda Withel (‘I come from a little town you’ve probably never heard of’) to find out… MOVING PICTURES, THE TENTH DISCWORLD NOVEL IS A GLORIOUSLY FUNNY SAGA SET AGAINST THE BACKGROUND OF A WORLD GONE MAD!
Readers love Moving Pictures:
‘One of his funniest . . . Pratchett has fun making fun of greed and the allure of misguided hero worship’ Goodreads reviewer,
‘I burst out laughing several times while reading it and could quote over half of the book . . . Pratchett, in his usual deadpan humour, parodies product placements, the treatment of cast and crew on a film set, actors’ behaviour . . . one of my favourite Discworld books!’ Goodreads reviewer,
‘[Pratchett] makes his plot sing and dance and doesn’t let any plates drop to the floor as they spin for hours. He makes you laugh and makes you think’ Goodreads reviewer,
‘This is going onto my pile of favourite Discworld books. I just loved all the movie references, the typical Pratchett humour had me laughing throughout’ Goodreads reviewer,