I recently read The Hogfather by Terry Pratchett, which was amazing.
I'm now reading The Long Earth by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter which is about the idea that a limitless number of alternate Earths exist and can be 'stepped into' with a simple device that can be made out of radio parts and a potato. This has caused all kinds of problems - from people 'stepping' directly into natural cliffs in the alternate Earths and dying, to criminals stepping into and out of the alternate Earths to get around security or hide from authorities.
Been meaning to read some of Pratchetts work but just havent gotten around to it.
Currently reading Dracula for my Reading Fiction class in Uni. Classic and so far pretty good, better then the Francis Ford Coppla movie but the writeing style and the constant use of journals and letters is a little...I dont know just makes it almost a chore to read.
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