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Terry Pratchett – The Last Hero | Review

Title: The Last Hero

Author: Terry Pratchett

Type: Fiction

Page Count/Review Word Count: 162

Rating: 9/10


Terry Pratchett - The Last Hero

Terry Pratchett – The Last Hero


The Last Hero is marketed as ‘a Discworld fable‘, and it’s unique in that it’s illustrated throughout by Paul Kidby, a talented artist who’s known for his depictions of the Disc and its inhabitants. Because of this, it’s a must-have for any serious Discworld fan, and a great little addition to Pratchett’s portfolio.

In a nutshell, the story line follows Cohen the Barbarian as he embarks on one last adventure. He plans to climb the highest mountain in the Discworld to meet the gods, so he can find out why they let men grow old and die. Fortunately, the relatively short length of the book means that this has to be a short review, and so I can’t go into any more detail, but rest assured that you’re in for a treat if you decide to buy this. Which you should.


Terry Pratchett

Terry Pratchett


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