Friday 20 March 2015

#pratchettreadathon Day 5: Board Games and a Book Giveaway!

This week has been Terry Pratchett Reading Week here on the blog and I've really enjoyed talking about one of my favourite authors with all of you! I'm particularly excited about those of you who have never read any Pratchett who I've made recommendations to - I hope you'll let me know how you get on with it! 

For the last day of Pratchett-filled awesomeness I'm actually going to be a little bit lazy. In case you're not as big board game fanatics as we are in this house, there have been four Discworld board games released. Even if you're not into board games they are awesome fun and mostly not like conventional board games at all. My brother and sister have a board game blog and have written an awesome post about Terry Pratchett along with their reviews of all four games, you should definitely go and check them out! Unfortunately only Ankh-Morpork and The Witches are widely available at the moment, but keep your eyes on eBay and car boot sales - you never know what might turn up! 

Their post is here

And for my final contribution I'd like to give away two Terry Pratchett books. These books are not new but they are in good readable condition and would be a great addition to your library! To enter just fill in the rafflecopter form. I'll give you until Monday 23rd! Good luck!

Don't forget you can tweet about the Pratchett you're reading using #pratchettreadathon! 


  1. I've only seen one of the board games at a shop here in Ottawa, but I'm hoping that a renewed interest will lead to the others showing up! Guards Guards looks especially fun to play!

  2. I picked up the Ankh-Morpork game at Nine Worlds last yera but we have yet to play it. Josh hasn't been converted to Terry Pratchett yet (I know!) and the rules seemed so complicated if you weren't going to be super into it. But one day, we will play it!

  3. I have a confession, I only started my very first EVER Pratchett this morning...Wintersmith....How did I MISS this author all my life? It may be my first....but definately not my last