Reviews for Employment
Jerex chapter 1 . 10/19/2009
nice story, it really works and shows how ricewind went from a failed wizard tot he libraians assistnt at the end of light fantastic to Sourcery.
Ingledew chapter 1 . 7/23/2009
I love it,although we should ignore the point that I love ALL Rincewind fics :D
Pimpelipom chapter 1 . 7/13/2003
Absolutely fabulous! The style was very Pratchettian indeed. Very nice on the whole, in my opinion Rincewind and the Librarian were in character. I had always wondered about the first encounter between the Librarian and the Mended Rum..

"the tearing off of arms was not outside the realm of possibilities."

Hysterical.

Cheers, Lalage.
Pennhothwen chapter 1 . 4/22/2003
*nod...nod... nod*

*Very* satisfactory work, for a first-time shortfic. Lovely! Do continue to write like this, won't you? Discworld is such an excellent universe for fanfic, it's so... multifarious. Or summat. :)

As I said, GOOD job!

-Penn
Mary Mack chapter 1 . 2/8/2003
Well well well. It looks like I can't lurk anymore at all- I read a story and feel compelled to review. How odd.

You did great! Especially for a first attempt. I liked Rincewind, I liked the Librarian, they were both in character (major brownie points there, kiddo).

One "nitpick"... Expulsion, not expellation.
samvimes chapter 1 . 2/6/2003
Makou, this is a wonderful first attempt and an unadulterated pleasure to read. It sounds like Pratchett, and you've got poor depressive Rincewind down a treat. Plus, it's fun seeing the Librarian before the pub-owners in town really got to know him (despite my nick, the Librarian is my favorite character - I worked at a university library for four years and deeply sympathise).

Keep writing, please! I have no nitpicks for you except that I'm not sure "Primatish" is a word, though it's certainly one Rincewind would use after a few beers. Especially the chewy Ankh-Morpork type.

Hats off to you!
The Death of Mayflies chapter 1 . 2/6/2003
Not bad, really, but you need something meatier in order to review someone properly, I feel, so how about finishing one of those longer works?

*And yes, I know, "Start digging where you're standing" does spring to mind...*