Terry Pratchett: A Life With Footnotes: The Official Biography: Signed Exclusive Collector's Edition (Hardback)Rob Wilkins (author), Terry Pratchett
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Penned by one of the people who knew him best, this official biography of the storytelling genius that was Terry Pratchett draws on both Pratchett's own unpublished notes and interviews from close friends and family to create a resounding tribute to a unique literary talent.
Signed Exclusive Collector's Edition
• A beautiful and fully cloth-bound design in pistachio green, signed, stamped and hand-numbered by the author.
• A collectable never-before-seen self-portrait print sketched by Terry Pratchett himself, shared for the first-time from his personal archive. Produced as an extra-leaf loose inside the book. Only available in the Waterstones Collector's edition.
• An unseen transcript of a Terry Pratchett talk from 1991 exclusive to Waterstones.
• A section of never-before-seen photos from the estate archive and Pratchett's personal collection.
• Bespoke endpapers designed exclusively for Waterstones and a luxe ribbon marker.
• Sealed for protection.
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A Standard Edition is available here
'People think that stories are shaped by people. In fact, it's the other way around.'
At the time of his death in 2015, award-winning and bestselling author Sir Terry Pratchett was working on his finest story yet - his own.
At six years old, Terry was told by his headteacher that he would never amount to anything. He spent the rest of his life proving that teacher wrong. At sixty-six, Terry had lived a life full of achievements: becoming one of the UK's bestselling writers, winning the Carnegie Medal and being awarded a knighthood for services to literature.
Following his untimely death from Alzheimer's disease, the mantle of completing Terry's memoir was passed to Rob Wilkins, his former assistant, friend and now head of the author's literary estate.
Drawing on his own extensive memories, along with those of Terry's family, friends, fans and colleagues, Rob recounts Terry's extraordinary story - from his early childhood to the literary phenomenon that his Discworld series became; and how he met and coped with the challenges that 'The Embuggerance' of Alzheimer's brought with it.
Publisher: Transworld Publishers Ltd
Number of pages: 480
Dimensions: 240 x 156 mm
'Of all the dead authors in the world, Terry Pratchett is the most alive.' - John Lloyd
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