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Best Terry Pratchett novel?

by Jennifer Muirhead (follow)
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Terry Pratchett, Sir Terry Pratchett, fantasy author
Terry Pratchett drinking a glass of beer after receiving an honorary doctorate at Trinity College, Cambridge. Photo by Patrick Theiner

Sir Terry Pratchett is the author of over forty books, most of them novels in the wildly popular Discworld series, set in a world governed by magic which travels through space balanced on the backs of four elephants which are in turn balanced on a giant turtle.

Which of his many works do you think is the best?
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I generally like most of the Discworld novels with Death, and I also remember liking 'The Last Continent' as a kid, but my favourite would be Good Omens that he wrote with Neil Gaiman. I'm a big Gaiman fan as well. I love everything about the book, it's definitely my favourite.
I am not a Pratchett maniac, but I loved the Nome trilogy. Three fantastic short books!
I've only read the first six or so, but that did include Mort, and I can see why it's one of his most popular ones.
I've always personally liked Small Gods, it's a good place to get started on the series without feeling like you're missing all sorts of backstory.
I think maybe Guards, Guards!, but I also really liked the Tiffany Aching books.
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