In the beginning, there was nothing but endless flatness. Then came the Carpet . . .
That's the old story everyone knows and loves. But now the Carpet is home to many different tribes and peoples and there's a new story in the making. The story of Fray, sweeping a trail of destruction across the Carpet. The story of power-hungry mouls - and of two Munrung brothers, who set out on an amazing adventure.
It's a story that will come to a terrible end - if someone doesn't do something about it. If everyone doesn't do something about it . . .
Co-written by Terry Pratchett, aged seventeen, and master storyteller, Terry Pratchett, aged forty-three.
For readers who are attracted to epic but not quite ready for the weightiness of Tolkien, this is a perfect entrée; for those who have loved or will love Pratchett, it’s simply a must read.
Only a writer with a masterstroke of imagination could place an entire empire of goodies and baddies within the fronds of a carpet
The perfect starting place for young readers . . . seasoned Pratchett fans will just revel in his wit, his subversion of tropes and his sense of humanity.
A unique piece of high fantasy . . . Now very witty and politically aware in its revised version with the new ending
The story is inventive in its carefully worked-out central conceit, often very funny, and dotted with some genuinely scary bits.
Victorian London; a mysterious metropolis blanketed in fog, made up of an eclectic mix of people playing the part that life has assigned them...
Tiffany wants to be a witch when she grows up. A proper one, with a pointy hat. And flying, she’s always dreamed of flying (though it’s cold up there, you have to wear really thick pants, two layers). Read an extract from The Wee Free Men, the first book in the Tiffany Aching series by Terry Pratchett.