|Reviews for Facebook Shorts written for the Times|
| BenRG chapter 32 . 7/2
The codename for the place was 'ZEBRA' and further investigation revealed that everyone seems to have killed everyone else for the possession of an unremarkable looking collection of icoograph pictures of Ankh Morpork City Watch watch-houses and Klatchian Royal Guard frontier strong-points that seem to have abnormally large number of sheep grazing in the vicinity, all taken from a magic carpet of some sort.
At the VERY strong recommendation of the Office of the Patrician of Ankh Morpork and the Serrif of Katch, the iconograph images and the small but unremarkable icongraph itself were all destroyed with magical flame and the ashes scattered to the strong winds of the Plains.
| Guest chapter 29 . 5/15
Doddery old biologist here. Hypotheses so far - The Roundworld bird could be a chimera, have an unusual ditribution of sex determining chromosomes or possibly was exposed to abnormal temperature variations in the egg.
| cklammer chapter 30 . 2/12
A vegetarian is somebody who only eats meat from plant eaters ;-)
Luckily Courgette-Man did not have his ... posterior posture ... forcibly adjusted by courgette ...
| Freyalyn chapter 28 . 6/13/2020
And thank you. I've missed this.
| BenRG chapter 27 . 2/24/2020
I feel that the Guild of Assassins' motto is basically: "If a job is worth doing, then it is worth doing with style, panache, civilised standards and, most of all, polite professionalism."
| cklammer chapter 26 . 2/22/2020
Definitely there is potential there - go for it!
| BenRG chapter 26 . 2/20/2020
Bridget will likely get on swimmingly with the Watch's Gargoyle officers!
| FFcrazy15 chapter 3 . 11/15/2019
Thank you. Thank you for this.
| cklammer chapter 23 . 10/3/2019
Aaah - Daktari: a staple on Germen TV in the early 1970ies, too.
| cklammer chapter 25 . 10/3/2019
| cklammer chapter 24 . 10/1/2019
Nothing like November love or was loving November?
| cklammer chapter 22 . 9/2/2019
This sounds captivating already :-)
| Brithund chapter 22 . 9/1/2019
Tee hee ...
The word the Wizard might have really wanted to use was "Chuntered" as in vaguely rambled. "Chundered" is also a word, on Discworld I expect used by XXXXians, it's what you do when you've had far too much chilled beer and a bad prawn off the Barbie ((C) Mattel; she may have the figure but she's not great on food hygiene by all accounts ...) As in "And he chundered in the old Pacific Ocean."
Let's hope that wizard didn't miss-spell anything when trying to close off the latest breach to the Dungeon Dimensions...
| Guest chapter 1 . 8/10/2019
The usual beetotaller Kit won't work automatically in microgravity, some way round this will be needed. Then there's the question of the spacesuit. Will it crumble along with the occupant should such an incident occur? If it did, wouldn't that put female vampire astronauts at a disadvantage? Among the Disc's vampires (Uberwaldean ones at the very least) only the men can reconstitute their clothes. Probably a moot point if you ever go as far as interstellar space though, what with starlight being so weak in the gulf between solar systems, and vampires being so hardy they probably wouldn't need a spacesuit there.
| BenRG chapter 21 . 8/11/2019
Puts me in mind of a fanfiction I once read for the 1970s TV show 'Space: 1999' where one of the pilots was a vampire and his spacecraft's viewports had to be treated with a UV-filter plastic.